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Can anyone tell the Easiest method to unlock "Not Provided" keyword analysis in Google Analytics

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by happykahlon, Nov 7, 2014.

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    I am getting maximum traffic from "not provided" keyword but unable to crack it. This query is increasing for every website. So, please provide me the best possible method to unlock it. It will be a great help.
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    happykahlon, Nov 7, 2014 IP
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  2. midnightblur

    midnightblur Greenhorn

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    Actually, there's no way to do it bro. But there's another way that you can use WebmasterTool to see that data (you can link WMT to Analytics to see details about keywords within Analytics)

    However, the data seem not really right, especially keywords position. This report also show number of querries of each keyword that trigger your site to display on SERP but not clicked. But the reason I'm using it is it has no "not provided data" :D
     
    midnightblur, Nov 9, 2014 IP
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    mlepisto Greenhorn

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    Using Webmaster Tools or some of the GA filter hacks has not been useful for me. In fact they've been time wasters and confusing. Trying to line up WT data with GA data and match the keywords to landing pages, etc is just frustrating.

    I now use a tool that provides the keywords just like Google used to. It shows the keywords along with the current ranking, search volume and the page it's driving traffic to.

    There's a screenshot on my blog if you want to see what it looks like
    https://www.beachfrontsolutions.com/get-google-analytics-provided-keywords-back.html

    They have a 30 day free trial so I recommend that you check them out since its risk free.
     
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    mlepisto, Nov 14, 2014 IP
  4. Justin Louis

    Justin Louis Peon

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    You can easily check keywords on Ahrefs.
     
    Justin Louis, Mar 1, 2019 IP