If you go to an article from your dashboard, you can see there is a button that says "stats". For a few months my articles' stats were collecting data, but this month I am seeing results in the "search phrases" tab. There's usually nothing there.
Are these the actual phrases people enter into Big and Google to find my articles online? How do we use this data to improve our traffic? There's nothing on search phrases in FAQ and learning center. Just wondering if anybody had experience with this. Thanks!
Yes, they are search phrases that lead people to your article. It is good to incorporate them into your article, but the data is going to be very incomplete.
You can do the same thing by typing your title or intended title into Google and looking at the suggested related searches.
Also, try AnswerthePublic. Type your keyword in and search data for that term will be displayed.
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