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Discover How To Present RaSof Data In A Powerful Way To Dramatically Increase Your Understanding Of The Ranking Factors Data

11 February, 2007 (17:42) | Search Engines, Tools | By: Nick Dalton

RaSof is a very powerful tool, but the 1,500 lines of raw output are somewhat daunting for users who are not very familiar with the Ranking Factors data. rApogee takes this raw output and organizes it in a way that you can easlily find sections where you need to improve, shows you which small changes will increase your score, and along the way explains each piece of data.

See the screenshot below for some of the main features of rApogee:

  1. Present the RaSof data in expandable/collapsible groups for a better overview of the data.
  2. Easily compare RaSof data for multiple URLs.
  3. Automagically compare your URLs with the top 10 search results from the selected search engine.
  4. See ranking data for other values for guidance on how to improve the RaSof score of your page.
  5. Hover over data cells to get explanations of what the data means.

rApogee Main Screen Image

Using rApogee is extremely easy. If you have ever used Microsoft Excel; you are already a power user. These two screencasts illustrate, step by step how rApogee works: video1, video2

rApogee is written in Excel and it requires that you have Excel 2000, or later. The advantage of having all your data in Excel is that you can use the full power of Excel to further analyze, organize and track your results.

In addition to Excel you also need a current subscription to James Brausch’s RaSof.

Read more about rApogee.

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