Kristina Green
Jun 02, 2015 | 1 min read

More and more users prefer cloud services to desktop software: accessibility, convenience and speed of the cloud speak for themselves. On request of our customers, we have automated the procedure of migrating projects with ranking historical data from Rank Tracker to SE Ranking. Follow the steps below.

The algorithm of migrating projects from Rank Tracker to SE Ranking.

1. Open Rank Tracker and choose a project.

2. Export the project: File -> Export.

Export Rank Tracker Data

3. On Steps 1 and 2 select Тext/CSV file type and comma as a delimiter.

4. Select the “Export rankings historical data” option. Uncheck the box “Include competitors”.

Export historical data with competitors data not included

4. You will then be prompted to create an export template. Press “Finish” and proceed to the next step.

5. Select the Search Engines you need to export the data from.

Select Search Engines for Rank Tracker Data Export

6. Finally, press “Finish” button, then save the file.

Finish exporting data from Rank Tracker

6. Proceed to your SE Ranking account. Create a new project or go to the settings of an existing one. In the project settings open “Keywords” section, press the “Import keywords” button and further  select the “Import from CSV/XLS with positions history ”.

Importing Data from CSV file

In “Format” from the dropdown list pick “CSV from Rank Tracker app.” Specify the regions that need to be assigned to the keywords. In case the regions that you enter are not present in the project, they will be added. Upload the file that you got from Rank Tracker.

Importing Rank Tracker Data to SE Ranking

7. Press “Apply” to add the keywords with ranking historical data to SE Ranking.

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