Easy WordPress Search Monitor is simple but powerful plugin that stores every single search that you visitors can do on your website. If you care about your visitors and/or your members you must have this plugin! Why? Because it’s a powerful marketing tool that will help you improve your content, your titles, your tags etc… to match your audience waitings. This will definitely help you reduce your bounce rate and improve the quality of your content.
Identify emerging trends and find out what your visitors are looking for and be prepared to respond to new trends or behavior research.
You can export the top searched keywords into a CSV file, you can choose the amount of data to take into consideration, and filter by search volume, or results. No extra table created! This plugin uses Custom Post Type WordPress API!
With Easy WordPress Search Monitor you’ll get a better view of what you visitors/members are looking for, and what they are waiting for.
Anticipate demand for your products or services by relying on historical trends of research identified for your area. This will establish an action plan and help you organize the activity of your website accordingly.
While adjusting your content you’ll improve your bounce rate, and you’ll reach a more targeted audience. All that will have a huge impact on your SEO (Search Engine Optimization).
InstallationThe installation process is very simple. Just like with any other Wordpress plugin you will have to follow through the steps below :
- Log in to your Wordpress administration panel
- Click Add New in the Plugins menu on the left side
- Click on the Upload link at the top of the page
- Locate and upload the plugin zip archive
- After the package is uploaded and extracted, Click Activate Plugin
Support Policy – Free SupportIf despite all my efforts to make good products you experience a bug, or a conflict, please create a ticket in the free support forum, and i’ll do my best to help you. I also encourage you to follow the procedure i describe below:
- Make sure WordPress, theme, and plugins are up to date
- Disable all plugins and check if the issue still exists
- Switch to the default WordPress theme and check for the issue (if the issue disappears then the issue is in your theme, not in the plugin)
- Empty your cache
- Make sure you read the documentation and followed explanations step by step
When submitting a ticket please provide details, be specific, give URLs and links to concerned pages, describe the issue as much as possible, and start your message by “hello”!
Change Logv1.0 – 6/20/2012
- Initial Release