Blogging Tools: Introducing 103bees


I've been using the service for a couple of weeks now, and it's definitely a must-have search engine traffic analysis tool for any serious blogger.



From the 103bees official website:

What is

It's a real-time online tool for webmasters and bloggers that is highly focused on natural search engine traffic analytics. It provides tons of detailed statistics and in-depth information on the search terms that drive visitors to your webpages.

103bees is an indispensable tool for search engine optimization and internet marketing – everything you need to know about your search engine traffic in one place!

This tool allows you to easily get various views of your search engine traffic in real time. At any time, you can view a list of the latest searches which brought visitors to your pages, as well as see your top landing pages, top keywords used or SERP rankings of the all search requests which generated traffic. All this is provided for free, and you get a 30 days of historical data to analyze for as many websites (you call them projects in your 103bees account) as you like.

I'll write a review for it in the coming few days, but for the moment just wanted to share this tool with you and point you to a great review by Darren Rowse at ProBlogger: 103bees: Search Term Analytics Review.


  1. would you know how this compares to others… Google Analytics for example


  2. Hi Yuva!

    Being a specialized solution, 103bees is better that Google Analytics in a choice of options you get for your analysis.

    Another benefit to it is that it’s easier. You don’t need to establish conversion goals or anything like this if you want to simply know what keywords were used to access a particular page of your website.

    It takes minutes to setup, and you grow used to it after just few days. A great little tool!

    Hope this helps!

  3. Hey Gleb,

    Yeah, I think we came across 103bees from ProBlogger a while back.

    It’s definitely a must-have tool for us as well. We’ve been using it alongisde our other analytics tools for about 2 months and it’s been very useful for seeing what natural keyword search traffic trends we have. That’s great for knowning where to strenghten your content a bit to get a lot more traffic.

    We also use a few other tools including Google Analytics (aggregate metrics for our performance tracking), Statcounter (day to day metrics), Feedburner status, and AWStats (other stats like search bot hits and real referer hit counts).

    Have an awesome day!

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