Over the years, SmarterTools put a lot of time and effort into the SEO functionality available within SmarterStats. However, in the SEO world, things change, and that change is dictated by Google, who dominates and manages search from end to end. And that's really too bad as more competition means greater advantage for website owners and online businesses as there's more opportunity...
These days, there are a number of things that have an effect on where your website shows up when someone searches on Google (or Bing or Yahoo!). Things like your search habits, your buying habits, the newsletters you receive, the searches you conduct and your actions post-search, your social media habits, whether you use mobile or desktop, and more are all used by Google and others to craft subjective and contextual search results. Rarely will 2 people see the same results these days because rarely do 2 people use Google, much less the internet itself, the same way. Then there are the other changes Google makes to their algorithm, as Shivam noted earlier in this thread...
These changes have caused us to rethink SmarterStats and come to the realization that we will have to remove SEO from the product. Even if the data we presented were still available, Google has changed the amount of information they'll allow to be returned when queried. These new limits have even caused IPs to be blacklisted from actually returning search results...period. This would be extremely unpleasant for customers using SmarterStats in their own environments, not to mention service providers and ISPs.
The use and analysis of web server log files is the core of the SmarterStats product, and we don't plan on deviating from that. However, we are looking for additional data points and tools to give site owners the most data possible for structuring their websites and for understanding the effectiveness of their online presence.