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Track your plugin rankings in WordPress search results

Monitor your rankings over time and chart your performance against competitors. Get email reports, straight to your inbox.

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Making the most of freemium

If you have free plugins with premium versions or paid addons, then it makes sense to work on making your plugins appear higher in the search results for the keywords related to your plugins.

Many developers in the WordPress community aren’t aware of the power of SEO in the directory, but if you think about it, most of the traffic to your plugin’s listing is coming from search.
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Vova Feldman Freemius

WordPress is a marketing channel

We put so much time and energy trying to rank higher in Google, that we can sometimes forget about the WordPress plugin directory.

Plugins in the directory appear in search results in 3 different places, appearing higher in those rankings leads to more users and more upsells to your premium offerings.

WordPress users often search on the plugin directory

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Users will search for plugins right inside their WordPress install


Google will index WordPress plugin pages and show in search results

How Plugin Rank works

How do you know if the changes you make improve rankings?
Plugin Rank monitors plugin rankings over time.

Add your plugins

Add your WordPress plugins by slug.

  • Automatically track plugin tags
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Track keywords

Track all the keywords that you want to be appearing in plugin search results.

  • Get keyword insights for your plugin
  • Optimization priority based on Google Search Volumes
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We track your rankings

Your plugin rankings for the keyword search results are tracked so you can see if your readme improvements are working

  • Email reports
  • Interactive charts
  • Competitor tracking
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The WordPress plugin directory is the primary source of traffic for freemium WordPress plugins.

Being able to track, analyse, and optimize your positions within search results is a game changer for WordPress plugin developers who are looking to grow and compete within such a saturated marketplace.

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Packed with features

Visualize your rankings

We track the rankings and show you with interactive charts how your plugins are doing.

Track & analyze your competitors

Track competitors' rankings for your keywords. View the plugins that are ranking for the keywords, learn from their data.

Track keywords for different languages

The plugin search results differ between WordPress installs in different languages. Track keywords in specific language results.

Email reports

Get weekly or monthly summary emails to keep you updated on how your plugins are doing.

Are you ready to watch your plugins grow?

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