Improve stakeholder relationships by setting up Automation jobs that give you the ability to know that everything is working as expected. From positive Google Reviews to Site performance monitoring, we have you covered.
Some things were never meant to be done manually. Automation will free you from the mundane but important tasks and allow you to focus on where you are most valuable.
Get ahead of the competition by using technology as your advantage in customer relationships and account management. If you do a task more than a few times a month it's likely worth automating.
When a Google review is left, define which star ratings will trigger a notification.
Google reviews are great for businesses to increase visibility, but monitoring them all for the few that need attention can be tedious. This automation job allows you to define which ratings will trigger an insight to be created and slack and/or email notification to be sent. Choose to only monitor for 1 or 2 star reviews to filter out the noise and be pro-active with client or stakeholder communication.
Get notifications each time someone suggestions a change to your GMB Listing.
GMB listings are prone to the public, competitor and 3rd party apps adjusting information. Google doesn't send you a notification when a suggestion has been made and relies on you to login to the GMB Dashboard and check. If left for a while those changes are automatically accepted and can cause ranking issues due to NAP consistency and lost business from wrong or misleading information like opening hours or facilities. Solve this with a simple notification and revert any changes that you deem incorrect.
Get a notification when someone leaves an answer on your GMB listing.
GMB Answers are in response to a Question being added to your listing (We have an automation job for Questions too) and anyone with a Google account can leave an answer. Relying on the public to answer questions on your GMB listing can lead to incorrect answers that may negatively affect how customers perceive your brand. Take control and ensure that you address any answers left on your GMB listing by getting a real time notification.
Get a notification when someone leaves a question on your GMB listing.
GMB Questions are great for engaging prospects with information they are likely to ask, without ever leaving the SERP. Failing to answer a question can leave a business looking disconnected to their audience and worse case, a reply left by someone that is wrong and cause people to find an alternative. This is easily avoidable by having an insight created for each question left so that you have a clear way of knowing what you need to attend to.
Track movements in your Search Console (Organic) rankings.
Choose from different types of tracking:
Flexible movement types along with country, device and search appearance options allows you to keep tabs on your rankings without manual analysis.
Monitor your Google Ads account for changes and when a change has not been made after the threshold you set, a reminder will be sent.
This job is great for internal Agency compliance to ensure that account managers are maintaining client accounts to a SLA (Service Level Agreement) or a quick reminder for yourself to jump back into an account if you juggle lots of accounts.
Google keeps a history of changes at the Account level, but doesn't record or notify you about View level changes. For example, any time someone makes a change to the Goal configuration (most often used within Google Ads to improve performance) you will now have a full history of the when and what the change was. This is crucial for understanding if you want to look back at Goal performance over time and unsure if there was a change in what or how something is being tracked.
No more surprises when a goal has been changed, get an alert and be in the know.
Web crawlers, such as Googlebot, rely on the robots.txt file to inform them about which areas of the website should not be processed or scanned. Tracking changes will ensure that you are always informed about changes that could detrimentally affect your site appearing in search results.
Pages that are broken or redirected should be corrected as part of any site health routine. This job will crawl your site every day and check each page against the list of HTTP status codes. If a page is found that returns a matching code then an Insight will be created, giving you a list of action items to fix.
Check all of your Ad URLs for issues so that you aren't sending paid traffic to broken pages.