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It has always been a holy grail at RankWatch to serve to its user any and every information which plays even a minute role valuable for their SEO decisions.

Having the same thought in mind, we are always looking out for opportunities we could work upon to increase our bandwidth of data digging. This led us to add one more feature in our ranking tracking results: Google Answer Results Tracking.

What is it?

Along with the SERP organic rankings for keywords, we have separate column of “Additional Rankings” which displayed the google search rankings for:

The good news is that we added Google Answer Box Results here too!

If you are wondering what these are, this screenshot will help you:

How does it work?

In addition to organic rankings, we fetch Answer box results on SERPs against the given keyword and domain name.

The interpretation of its results is same as the other snippets results. Let me re-iterate how to signify its results on your dashboard/ranking overview section.

Green icon: There is an answer box result for the keyword on the first search result page and your domain is ranking for it.

Blue icon: There is an answer box result for the keyword but your domain is not ranking for it.

Grey icon: There is no answer box result for that keyword on the first page of the SERP.


In addition, the result stat are also included in the reporting section of the platform. So whether you are generating a report for your own or to send it to your client, you will have the answers box results added to it.

I hope you like this feature.

As always, in case of any queries, feel free to drop us a line at

Happy Rank Tracking!

Sahil is the CEO and Founder of RankWatch and thrives to make it into one of the leading technology companies in India. Gifted with unlimited ambition and drive you will generally find Sahil with his head down completely isolated from the world, plugged into his own world of coding.

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