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How to display incoming search terms

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by vinay7777, Sep 15, 2015.

  1. vinay7777

    vinay7777 Newbie

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    I find many blogs dispalying incoming search terms any one knows about it, please share your answers thanks: )
     
  2. denzbrown

    denzbrown Junior Member

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    this is nothing but a list of tags(labels). and if you think you can do it other way, its not possible.
     
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    That's just silly stuff to say. PHP coding can easily track and display incoming search terms. I've even seen sites use this method to dynamically generate content based on custom user queries.

    This may possibly be what OP is referencing. This is a method which takes the content users submit into a web-form that is on-site or iframed, and then that content automatically generates a new blog entry matching the search terms and has automated content creation with LSI keywords and largely LINK based content.

    This is a method of dynamic content and site generation OP - so you may find information by Googling those types of ideas. You might also simply attempt to decompile the original site where you observed the behavior you are describing.

    If it is in fact a tag-cloud ... it's as easy as getting a wordpress plugin, but I have a feeling you're actually talking about dynamic site generation. Good luck!
     
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    Zwielicht Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    yes, you can do it. PHP coding will do all this.
    You need to hire a coder or use a plugin as suggested by other guys here.
     
  7. laur.laurix

    laur.laurix Power Member

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    Showing hundreds of incoming search terms in the bottom of every post will pass as keyword stuffing in G eyes and will result in a loss of rankings or even a penalty. I don't think it's a good idea, but l,m interested too in a way to see incoming search terms without adding the website in gwt. Does piwik show incoming search terms?
     
  8. Devil Rider

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    So if you feel like wanting the same feature on your blog, here's the plugin that you need to install, the SEO Search Terms Tagging 2 WordPress plugin.