How to use the 'visibility dashboard' filters

This article explains the usage of filter options in the top menu of the product visibility dashboard

Next to the default view filters, the visibility dashboard offers an additional top filter menu. 

By default, the following top menu filters are applied to the dashboard view:


TIP: To see search-related data and insights, you first need to:

Set your filters

  • Navigate to the product visibility dashboard

  1. Show share % for Top-10 results → By default; the first 10 products appear on the retailer search results page. 

    Switch to top-3 only, or all results on the first page.

  2. Based on search type Keyword search → By default, the results are based on the selected search keywords in the dashboard view filters (filter menu on the left). 

    You can switch to Category/Listing pages and select the desired search categories. Don't forget to click 'Apply filters' in the left filter menu.

  3. Products included in the table match my filters → By default, you only see results of the products that match your filters.

    You can change this to 'Include all results.'

  4. Result types included organic and sponsored* → By default; you will see both organic and sponsored products. You can switch to only organic or only paid results.

NOTE: At the moment, we only display sponsored* search results for retailers and Amazon. We can configure other retailers as well on request— Please send your request of desired retailer(s) to

*Sponsored results can be subject to customization


Analyze Retail Search Data


Visibility Share Widget

The below two widgets display the visibility share: The % of products that shows up in the top results of the selected retailers for the chosen search keywords/category pages. 

Visibility Share Matrix 

The matrix below shows the visibility share per keyword per brand for each selected retailer. 

In the example below we see that the keyword 'smartwatch' on retailer Coolblue, shows (in the top 10 search results): 5 Apple products, 1 Samsung product, 2 Fitbit, and 2 Garmin products.

  • Find out if the products that you want to rank high with on a keyword are on the top or how you score within a product category.
  • If needed, optimize your product page content.
  • Use other SiteLucent dashboards to improve your DCC score, reviews, or availability rate, which all affect your products' search ranking.

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