In our previous post, we discussed the basic terminology used in Google Analytics. Now, we're going to look at a Google eccentricity that many our clients have been puzzled by: the dreaded (not provided) field.
In 2011, Google made the first in a series of changes to the way that it passed keyword information to websites. In short, the change meant that search terms would not be provided when a user performed a secure Google search and would, instead, be indicated in Google Analytics by the keyword (not provided).
Let's face it. When you're not the big guy on campus, reaching your target audience on Google is very difficult. For instance, say your business sells lawn mowers. Unless your business happens to be Home Depot, Lowes, or Sears, reaching the top of the first page on Google is going to take strategic planning.
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