Includes this tidbit...
"You should also know that in trying to be more privacy-compliant, Google has stopped providing keyword referral data (i.e., the list of search keywords by which people have found your website). This is a critical loss of data, but there is a partial work-around..."
http://www.inc.com/hollis-thomases/goog … ricks.html
I saw that article too. Ones who pay will still get access. I don't really see a problem with it too much, since when we write our Hubs, we should know the topic and hopefully pinpoint keywords for the SE's
by aoiffe3797 years ago
I have a topic that I researched in Google keyword tool.There were thre columns- Competition,Global Search and Local Search. WhatI realize from reading other hubbers is that traffic and clicks depend on 'evergreen'...
by Ann Smith8 years ago
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by Robie Benve5 years ago
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by Ceres Schwarz4 years ago
Hello. I have some questions regarding Google Analytics and Webmaster tools. Any help is greatly appreciated. When I checked my webmaster tools, I saw a lot of URL errors, a 404 crawl error because apparently...
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It would be very useful to those of us who work hard to rank well for keywords to be able to see exactly which keywords are working on a daily, weekly, monthly and overall basis.A simple listing of keywords and the...
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