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    How to unlock not provided keywords in google analytics?

    How to unlock not provided keywords in google analytics?

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    Go to Google Analytics > Acquisition > All Traffic > Channels > Organic Search. At the top of your table you'll see the (not provided) keywords. Next, click on the “not provided” and add a secondary dimension to the report for Landing Pages.

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    This article is intended to explain what (not provided) keywords in Google Analytics mean and why you should be aware of them, how one can uncover these keywords using their Google Analytics (GA) and Google Search Console (GSC) accounts, and how this complicated workaround can be simplified and replaced by using Organic Traffic Insights, the tool designed to be a (not provided) solution.

    Go to Google Analytics > Acquisition > All Traffic > Channels > Organic Search. At the top of your table you'll see the (not provided) keywords. Next, click on the “not provided” and add a secondary dimension to the report for Landing Pages.

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    A long time ago, when SEO was much easier, webmasters, bloggers and other creatures of the Internet were much happier because they knew much more about their visitors’ search behavior. All they needed to do is go to Google Analytics reports and see which organic keywords were driving most of the traffic.

    But the winter came, Google increased the privacy of their users and took away what was so important to us, the information. The amount of (not provided) keywords spiked through the roof leaving bloggers and other users of Google Analytics speechless.
    And this story continues to this day. I kid you not, 99% of my search traffic did not include keyword data. All I had was (not provided) and Google Search Console reports (which are better than nothing but much weaker than what we had 6-7 years ago in GA).

    Fortunately, I have recently stumbled upon a solution which can practically unlock (not provided) keywords in Google Analytics reports, which is called Keyword Hero.

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