Keywords

The "Keywords" tab displays all saved key phrases.

You can edit the number of records per page by selecting "+ More" you can select all the phrases you want to track.

To quickly display specific words, use search with labels, words, or use the "+ more filters" tab to search for positive or negative search engine positions, their ability to search date of addition, etc.

You can delete or edit individual phrases. When you move your mouse to the particular phrase, you will see, on the left, the icons for editing.
Editing options at the bottom of the page will allow you to make large changes, exports, or deletions easier.

If you point your mouse over a key phrase and click, the keyword details open. Here you can see the sample (the snippet of text that will be displayed to the user in the search engine),  and the sample of detailed information about that word, as well as the position chart showing the search engines.

On the top left of the keywords list, you can add new keywords.

If you already have your predefined key phrases, you can use the simple insert or import of  existing keywords (sample import file).

Below the note "Insertion box", you can see the number of remaining keywords for your site. Their amximum amount is limited and based on your chosen tariff .

Inserted words can be immediately tagged or use to set up the landing page (you can use the target page settings in the "Pages" tab in web content analysis, subtitles, headings, etc.)

Take advantage of keyword design features. You will find out what are the people looking for and use it to better optimize your site.

Even in this case, you will have the ability to tag the word directly or assign it to the target page.

By linking Collabim with Google Analytics, you'll be able to add keywords using the tab "Add from Google Analytics."

Advanced search in your keyword list

Exact match

To search for the exact keyword, put the searched keyword in double quotation marks ("). 

Example: If you want to search for the exact word cat , enter "cat" into the search.

Regular expressions

Search feature also supports regular searches. You can find a thorough help on the root.cz server here

Example: If you want to search for the words shoe and sock at the same time, the regular entry for this would be:

shoe | sock

Where the character "|" means "OR".