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Pixel Position

Learn what the Pixel Position is and why you should monitor it

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Written by Bianca Dicu
Updated over a week ago

The Pixel Position refers to the number of pixels between the top of the SERP and your website's position, indicating the visual measure of how far down your website appears for the target audience.

For SERPs featuring diverse result types alongside organic listings, the Pixel Position is helpful in determining how extensive each search result type is and if your website is positioned Above or Below the Fold. This metric also provides insights into your actual visibility on the SERPs.

Above the Fold represents the area of the page visible to the user without scrolling, right after they enter the search query, while Below the Fold is everything else after the folding point.

You can precisely identify where your website is positioned on the SERPs retrieved for the tracked keywords by using the "Pixel Position” filtering option in the Ranking > Keywords section.

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