I want to know how my visitors find my pages, what search terms they use, mainly. Are there any free tools? Is this something to get through Google analytics? I registered today but can't get reports yet.
I'm starting to take targeted traffic seriously.
GA is a awesome tool to have and yes, it shows the keywords people used to find you. I get curious with some of the terms used to find my sites very bizarre some of them there are other analytic tools too...I don't know any myself other than GA tho
A person asked the same type of question in the Q&A section and I answered it sharing my experience with Google Analytics. You can have a look at that question Is there a way to get more detailed stats on traffic? http://hubpages.com/request/13433/
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