What is Advanced Prospector?

Advanced Prospector is a powerful client acquisition tool, which is included in the SERPed Agency add-on. You can learn more about this agency add-on here.

This tool can help you find websites that don't rank well in Google, websites that are not secure or too slow, websites that are not ADA-compliant and much more. You can then contact their respective owners and offer them your services. You can do all of this directly from within Advanced Prospector, or you can export the data and manually contact them.

How to Use Advanced Prospector?

Under the Agency tab, select Advanced Prospector.



You will be taken to the Advanced Prospector welcome page or history page where you can view the results of your past searches. To start a new search, click on the blue + button at the top right of the page.



A modal will open up where you can select the type of search that you want to conduct.



You can conduct the following searches:

Mobile Prospector - Search for websites that are not mobile-friendly. You can read more about this tool here.
SSL Prospector - Search for websites that do not have an SSL certificate. You can read more about this tool here.
Speed Prospector - Search for websites that are slow to load. You can read more about this tool here.
AMP Prospector - Search for websites that don't use the AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) format. You can read more about this tool here.
CMS Prospector - Find out what CMS (Content Management System) a website uses. You can read more about this tool here.
Map Pack Prospector - Search for local businesses that are outside Google's 3-Pack. You can read more about this tool here.
ADA Prospector - Search for websites that are not ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant. You can read more about this tool here.
SEO Prospector - Search for websites that are not in Google's Top 3 results. You can read more about this tool here.

On the results history page, click on the three-dot icon on the right of each result and you will have the option to view the search results, access your email history and delete the search results.



Note that if you are sending a commercial email to recipients in the US, your email should comply with the CAN SPAM Act. You can read more about how to this here.
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