Whether you’re researching your own URL to get an idea of keywords you might want to track in SERP Tracker or getting the rundown on a competitor’s paid and organic keywords, Raven’s domain research (found at Research > Websites > Research Assistant) is a very helpful tool.
To run a domain research report, go to Research > Websites > Research Assistant, type your domain into the Domain Research field and click “Begin Research.”
The following page will provide you with various metrics for the URL researched, including up to 100 organic and 100 paid keywords that the site is ranking for.
To include this information in a Report Wizard report, first click the Save View icon at the top of the domain research page.
Then, head over to Reports > Wizard to create your report. Under the Research header, select the Research Assistant module, choose the domain research report you’d like to report on, and choose paid, organic or both types of results. By default, the Report Wizard will include up to only 20 keywords for a domain research report, but you can get all of your results by typing “100” in the Limit Results field.
When you run your report, you’ll receive all of the results the Research Assistant found (up to 100).