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This Motorcycle License Class Is Not the Post-Divorce Game-Changer I Expected It To Be

6 months agoHumor : Funny or Die

This Motorcycle License Class Is Not... A man provides feedback on his motorcycle license class. Submitted by: Nicholas Mirra Regular Keywords: divorce motorcycles survey feedback survey motorcycle license Big Dave honeymoon mid life crisis Views: 1,996

Optimizing Content for Consumers NOT Just Keywords

Keywords are important, but your consumers are more likely to engage with your content and consequently your brand, if the content you provide actually gives them what they want. Consumers will favor brands whose content includes the...Show More Summary

10 Great Alzheimer's Keyword Searches

The Alzheimer's Reading Room is designed to help Alzheimer's caregivers and dementia professionals to find information, advice and solutions to problems they face each day. We provide the Alzheimer's and dementia communities not only with advice, but with advice and solutions that work. Show More Summary

How To Use Landing Pages In Google Analytics To Find Keywords

2 years agoInternet / SEO : SEO Scoop

SEO: "What's in a name? That which we call not provided By any other name would still hide my keywords." - not Shakespeare SEO's have almost stopped complaining about Google hiding search keywords. Almost. Searchers are still using keywords to search on desktop, on mobile, on tablet using keyboard, or Siri, or Cortana. Show More Summary

"Not Provided" Keywords Expand to Google Webmaster Tools

Now, under the cloak of "privacy regulations," GWT shows only the search traffic for people that weren’t logged into any Google account.

How To Retrieve ‘Not ProvidedKeyword Data: An Interview With Bruce Clay by @johnrampton

A big thanks to our Pubcon 2014 sponsor, LinkResearchTools, your off-page SEO toolkit. Link Detox: Recover – Protect – Build. At Pubcon 2014 in Las Vegas, I had the opportunity to sit down and talk with Bruce Clay of Bruce Clay Inc.Show More Summary

How to Increase Your SEO Keyword Level Data by More Than 100% in Under 20 Minutes by @puriprashant

With not provided reaching close to 90% of all your organic search query data; how do you know if SEO is working for you? Yes, looking at page level data is one way around it, however having more depth of information about which keywords actually drive traffic can only help – and the best thing is, it’s completely free and easy to set up. Show More Summary

Measuring SEO Performance After "Not Provided"

3 years agoInternet / SEO : SEO Book

In recent years, the biggest change to the search landscape happened when Google chose to withhold keyword data from webmasters. At SEOBook, Aaron noticed and wrote about the change, as evermore keyword data disappeared. The motivation...Show More Summary

Navigating Secure Search: From Keywords to Content [BrightEdge Share 14]

In a session at BrightEdge’s Share 14 event, brands discussed how they've shifted their approach in a keyword "(not provided)" world.

Yandex Keyword Data Now '(Not Provided)'

Yandex has made the move to encrypted search. The Russian search engine has begun encrypting 100 percent of searches done through Yandex, meaning webmasters with traffic from Yandex, will now see "(not set)" or "(not provided)" in their analytics.

Google’s Motives Behind Secure Search: Interview with Marcus Tober of Searchmetrics by @murraynewlands

I caught up with Marcus Tober, CTO of Searchmetrics, to discuss the recent news of Google’s keyword data for paid search becoming ‘not provided’. Marcus shared his thoughts on this shift and provided some insight about what it means for the future of paid search. Show More Summary

Secure Search, Rank & Finding Lost Keyword Traffic: A Conversation with gShift

Marketing is more complex today than ever. More data means more choices and more ways to interpret success. In the age of keyword “(not provided),” SEO technology company gShift says it's working hard to help marketers to bridge the gap.

Google Starts Blocking Access to Paid Search Keyword Data

Everyone has been concerned about the potential of Google expanding "(not provided)" to also encompass paid search. Google has confirmed that AdWords is removing the query from the referrer on ad clicks originating from SSL searches on Google.com.

Will Google Start Blocking Access to Paid Search Keyword Data?

Everyone has been concerned about the potential of Google moving "(not provided)" to also encompass paid search. Now a new report says AdWords will no stop supplying third parties with paid search query data within the next few week...

Google To Protect Paid Search Keyword Data, Making It ‘Not Provided

A.J. Ghergich recently broke the news on his site that keyword data from paid search is soon to […] Author information Matt Southern Matt Southern is a marketing, communications and public relations professional. He provides strategic digital marketing services at an agency called Bureau in Ontario, Canada. Show More Summary

4 Recent Changes to Search That Make SEO Easy as Finding Hidden Treasure

The rise of keyword "(not provided)", Google's search results page redesign, Google's heavy focus on paid search, and too many people claiming "SEO expertise" have all combined to make search engine optimization more challenging than ever.

Is Google’s ‘Not ProvidedKeyword Data Just the Latest in a String of Anti-Competitive Practices?

Is Google’s decision to encrypt search data a move to block other ad networks? And should anti-trust authorities take notice? Microsoft’s gradual descent from complete dominance of the technology industry and desktop OS scene to their...Show More Summary

How to Get Your Keyword Data from Google Analytics Part 2

Today’s video is a continuation from last week’s video. Last week we talked about how to get around the “Keyword Not Provided” issue in Google Analytics. This week we’re going to tell you how to increase your conversion rates once you know what keywords are sending you traffic. Important Details to Note Translating your content […]

Life After Keywords (Not Provided): What’s Next For Bloggers?

This is a guest contribution from Jim Burch, a copywriter from St. Louis. When you use Google Analytics to track your blog’s traffic, you may see (not provided) on your list of keyword searches. Simply put, this is Google’s way of encrypting keyword searches in the name of privacy and security. If you heavily rely on [...]Show More Summary

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