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Organic Search Accounts for Up to 64% of Website Traffic [STUDY]

Organic Search Equals 64 Percent of all Website Visits

Inspired by Groupon deindexing itself from Google and finding 60 percent of their direct traffic was actually organic search, Conductor reveals data showing that organic search is actually responsible for driving 64 percent of traffic to websites. Inspired by Groupon deindexing itself from Google and finding 60 percent of their direct traffic was actually organic search, Conductor reveals data showing that organic search is actually responsible for driving 64 percent of traffic to websites. 0 Comments

Google Analytics Content Reports: Understanding the Key Benefits

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The content reports in Google Analytics offer useful data, including detailed interaction data on all pages, data broken down by subfolder, pages on which visitors entered the site, and pages which have been the final page of a session. The content reports in Google Analytics offer useful data, including detailed interaction data on all pages, data broken down by subfolder, pages on which visitors entered the site, and pages which have been the final page of a session. 0 Comments

Link Data Analysis: A Beginner's Guide

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With the amazing amount of link data and number of great tools to analyze your backlink profile, it can get a bit overwhelming. But it doesn't have to be. Here's how to get link data, how to analyze it, and how to quickly see if you have problems. With the amazing amount of link data and number of great tools to analyze your backlink profile, it can get a bit overwhelming. But it doesn't have to be. Here's how to get link data, how to analyze it, and how to quickly see if you have problems. 0 Comments

Google Transparency Report Adds Details on Subpoenas, Search Warrants, Court Orders

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Between July and December of 2012, 68 percent of the personal data requests Google received from government entities in the U.S. were through subpoenas; 22 percent were through search warrants; and the remaining 10 percent were mostly court orders. Between July and December of 2012, 68 percent of the personal data requests Google received from government entities in the U.S. were through subpoenas; 22 percent were through search warrants; and the remaining 10 percent were mostly court orders. 0 Comments