How do I add a URL and its Searched Terms using Advanced Add?

From the left sidebar, under Add to Track, click Advanced Add.


Select the tracking type/s to be added.

Organic – Organic searches at a country level of the selected engine ( = US) - ignores location and language settings.

Organic Local – Organic searches from a specific location.

Mobile – Select from 4 different optional mobile devices. Location is mandatory since mobile results are heavily affected by it.

Local Finder – Track your GBP from top 100 GBPs.

Snack PackTop 3 maps box, track a GBP.

YouTube – Track your video in YouTube search.

Videos - Track a video on Google Videos section.


For Amazon tracking see – Track your Amazon product in Amazon sites.



Manual - add new URL/s.
File upload - download the example file, fill it and upload back.
Existing URL - select existing URLs from your account to add terms to.

Adding a few URLs and terms will add all possible combinations - all the terms for each URL. 

If you want to add specific terms for each URL (not the same terms for all URLs), use the File Upload option.

URLs:  One or more URLs to track (separated by a new line). For Snack Pack and Local Finder, pipeline the business name to the URL (|Business).

Terms: The terms (keywords) you'd like to track this URL for, separated by new a line.

Exact Match: Yes / No. Broad or Exact?



Menus for search engines and locations/languages will appear corresponding to the selected Tracking Types.

Click the + sign to add several engines/locations.

Search Engines: Select the main engine on the left and it’s sub-engines on the right.

Applies for Organic Local, Mobile, Snack Pack, Videos and Local Finder tracking types.

Location: Select any location, starting from a country, up to a zip code or neighborhoods for big cities.

Language: You can select a language to track search results returned for specific Google UI languages.



Groups: To add the URL/s to a group, select an existing group or type a new group and press “Enter”.

Tags: To tag the terms, select an existing tag to add the terms to, or type new tag and press “Enter”.

Note: Add a note to the URL/s.


Click "Term Combination Summary" to view which term combinations will be added. It displays the errors if you have any, or lists what terms will be added.  

When done click Save.