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How do you find out which KWs are bringing you organic traffic?

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  1. SilverKnight

    SilverKnight Power Member

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    How do you find out on G Analytics (or any other software) which KWs are bringing you organic traffic?
    One of the sites nearly have 45% daily organic traffic and I have no idea which KWs are bringing those. Is there any way to find out? The Acquisitions > Campaigns > Organic Keywords doesn't show any keywords and only shows "(not provided)".
     

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    SilverKnight Power Member

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    Anyone?
     
  3. scalli

    scalli Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I think you cannot see that in Google Analytics. You should add your site to Google Search Console. There you can see how many searches and clicks your sites gets for all keywords it is indexed for.
     
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    Analytics -> Acquisition -> All traffic -> Primary Dimension-> Organic Keywords will not show you keywords if you have organic keyword searches bringing you traffic from users that are logged into Google. If they are not logged in, it will show.

    More info here:
    https://blog.kissmetrics.com/unlock-keyword-not-provided/

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    kontentguy Regular Member UnGagged Attendee

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    GA will show you a few keywords but 90% of it is "not provided"

    You need to go to Search Console and click Search Analytics, then choose "queries". play around with it and you can basically filter keywords for pages

    beware their numbers are not 100% accurate, but its very useful
     
  6. SilverKnight

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    Thanks, but that doesn't show me the keywords. It's showing (not set) and (not provided).


    Thanks for this. I've now added the site there, I guess I should check again in a few days when G got some time analyze the traffic.