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Although an AdWords Search Query Report can give you some idea of what search queries are triggering broad and phrase match keywords much of the useful data is hidden under ‘….other unique queries’ entries.
This data is an absolute gold mine for identifying new keyterms and negative keywords.
So how do we find out what some of those hidden terms were?
By using Google Analytics thats how. By following the simple instructions shown at www.semvironment.com you can easily start to use this vital data.
Neil has a wide experience of search marketing experience having worked with a wide range of companies during his time in-house.
10th Apr 2014 Analytics | 6 Comments
As a business owner, it’s likely that you use Google Analytics to track data on your website. Whilst Google Analytics is a fantastically useful tool, there is one area that can cause inaccuracies – the use of sampled data. Find out what this could mean for your website and business. If you’ve read any of […]
8th Jul 2014 Paid Search | 3 Comments
If there is one thing I’d urge you to do as a business using Google AdWords it would be to integrate Google Analytics into your Google AdWords campaigns and workflow. There is a whole heap of stuff from which you will benefit, and the upshot is that you and your business will increase the performance […]
10th Jul 2014 Paid Search | 3 Comments
Setting up and maintaining strong, high performing AdWords campaigns takes time, budget and expertise. But without keyword research both at the beginning of the project and continually throughout, you will never get the best possible return on your investment. Here’s what you need to know about keyword research at the different stages in your AdWords […]
6th Feb 2014 SEO | 3 Comments
A post from the (ever useful and bookmark-worthy) DejanSEO blog back in January drew to my attention a revamp of the search query data reported on in Google’s Webmaster Tools. Since then I’ve been looking at its functionality and how it can be put to use for SEO purposes, the results of which I’m going […]
4th Mar 2014 Analytics | 2 Comments
Google Analytics doesn’t just provide you with website insights, it’s incredibly valuable to the commercial success of your business. From marketing campaign optimisation through to budget allocation, let’s take a look at how Google Analytics can benefit your business. So let’s start with a little overview of what Google Analytics actually is. Google Analytics is a web-based […]
1st May 2014 SEO | 5 Comments
Meta data is only one piece of the SEO jigsaw, however it is a pretty big and important part. Getting it wrong or being lazy will hold you at a disadvantage to your competitors, and hinder your ability to rank well for targeted search terms. Here we will look at which Meta tags you need […]
19th Dec 2013 Analytics | 6 Comments
Google Analytics (GA) is a great tool for businesses to track their website data; It’s relatively easy to implement, it’s simple to use and best of all it’s free! There’s a whole wealth of advanced functionality that can be implemented, but even for someone with little knowledge of Google Analytics, it’s perfect as standard, or […]
27th Jan 2014 Analytics | 19 Comments
I was having one of my infrequent spates of (spring) cleaning, going through analytics accounts tidying up stray Views and updating IP exclusions as you do, when it occurred to me that I have amassed quite a library of resources that pretty regularly help my analysis. Google Analytics has become a ‘heads up’ of sorts, […]
3rd Jan 2014 Analytics | 4 Comments
The past year or so has seen content marketing grow rapidly in its importance as a marketing mechanism. But like all marketing techniques, to ensure your efforts are a success it is important to understand what works and what doesn’t. The most accurate way of determining this is through the use of empirical data: That’s […]
20th Dec 2013 Analytics | 2 Comments
One of the most useful benefits of Google Analytics is the ability to track a user’s sessions across multiple domains by implementing the Cross Domain Tracking snippet customisation provided by GA. This customisation passes your user’s cookie from site to site allowing you to ignore self-referrers i.e. having a paid search user from Site A […]
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