Landing Pages Indexed By Google That Bring Traffic
Posted 02 May 2012 - 11:02 AM
SEOmoz had a post from 2010 that shows how to find that number in your Google Analytics. I've taken that a step further and created a custom report that does something similar:
Just click the link for Google / Organic (or whichever search engine you're interested in) and you'll then see the following which shows the number of URLs indexed that brought you traffic:
Download the Custom Report for Landing Pages Being Indexed That Bring Traffic.
Posted 02 May 2012 - 12:03 PM
As well as seeing the keywords per page, it also allows you to get a better idea of what some of your 'not provided' visitors may actually have been searching for.
You also get to see a timeline chart for that particular page, which can be useful for fast-moving topics. In my case using this report on an 'Eu Cookie Law' post ( http://www.cxfocus.c...tes-selling-uk/ ) turned out to be very illuminating.
Nearly 50% of the keywords are 'not provided' because so many of the readers will be logged in to GA, Gmail etc, but it's very obvious from the other half what those keywords are likely to have been. And the rising concern stands out equally clearly!
Posted 02 May 2012 - 01:30 PM
That said, there is another report here (by @Tim above) that compares things by days of the week. You might be able to modify it to do something simlar.
Posted 14 February 2013 - 11:11 AM
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