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Hi all, I was wondering if there was a way to track branded and non-branded search terms from a local search perspective (GMB and local landing pages)?
 

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I'd suggest checking out both Brightlocal and Whitespark's offerings. They both offer free trials. While we've been planning on trying out Whitespark's ranking and grid software, we've been a long-time Brightlocal subscriber and track our client's branded search terms (when appropriate) along with non-branded and competitor brands on GPB/GMB and local organic. Both companies are also active on this forum in providing their knowledge and expertise. I'm sure that @whitespark (Darren) and @Jenny_BrightLocal would be happy to assist you further if you've got any other questions.
 

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I second Whitespark! They offer great SEO tools and their Local Rank Tracker is no exception.

I also recommend a grid tracking tool like LocalFalcon or Places Scout to accurately track GBP rankings across a city or service area.
 
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Thanks for the shoutout @JeffClevelandTN, and thanks again for the recommendation.

@Echdip Our platform offers two powerful local ranking tracking tools—Local Rank Tracker and Local Search Grid. You can read more about these here: Track Local Rankings | BrightLocal | Try for Free

Feel free to sign up for the free trial and have a play around with the reports. Let me know how you get on, or if you have any questions and I'll be happy to help.
 
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Hi all, I was wondering if there was a way to track branded and non-branded search terms from a local search perspective (GMB and local landing pages)?

Just run Google Ads on this GBP for a month. Then look at the Search Terms report provided by Google Ads. If you are familiar with the nature of this business, you will be able to easily differentiate between a branded and non-branded search term.

All the best.
 

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