The position of the AdWords ad in Google search results on given keyword. AdWords rank is only indicative.
Avg SERP (see also the explanation for SERP)
The avarage SERP for given week on all keywords monitored.
Bounce Rate is the percentage of your visitors that "bounce", leaving your website instantly when entering. A bounce occurs when a website visitor only views a single page on a website and leaves the site without visiting any other pages. A high bounce rate tells you that your landing page is not selling, or you are e.g displaying AdWords ads on keywords not related to your website.
Cost per click. Visits through adWords ads. You need to enable auto-tagging in Google AdWords to get this information.
Number of domains with referring links to your website. See also Referring Websites.
Number on links referring to your website. See also Referring Pages.
Number of pages indexed by Google.
Cuutio handles the keywords exactly the same way as Google does, and you can use Phrase search "to be or not to be" or any other feature of Google Web Search.
A landing page is the page the visitor arrives on when entering your website. You need to concentrate on these pages to get the visitors to engage with your website. High bounce rates indicate that your landing pages are not selling enough.
The amount of monitored keywords that you or your competitor rank with in Google. In other words, the SERP for these keywords is between 1-100.
Webpage that links to your website. Inside one domain there can be several pages linking to your own website.
Website that links to your website.
Search engine result position for a specific keyword. Number 1 indicates the first position on the first result page. 100+ indicates that there are no results on the first 10 pages for that keyword. N/A indicates that Cuutio has not yet looked up the SERP for the keyword.
Note that the SERP depends on e.g. the geographical location, so it might vary slightly from the results you see on Google yourself. If you are logged in to your Google account, the SERP you see in your own searches might be significantly different.
The page Google results links to. In other words the landing page for the actual keyword.