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Neil Kerr

Google Analytics Can Show You Valuable Hidden AdWords Keyword Data!

16th May 2008 Analytics, Paid Search, Google AdWords, SEO, SEO, SEO Resources Less than a minute to read


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.

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Neil has a wide experience of search marketing experience having worked with a wide range of companies during his time in-house.

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