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90 Days

  1. Secure Search, Rank & Finding Lost Keyword Traffic: A Conversation with gShift

    GWT is an average rank over 90 days. GWT only holds on to data for a rolling 90 days. Marketing is more complex today than ever. Much of this is due to the progress we've made in technology. More data means more choices and more ways to interpret...

  2. 26 Free Must-Have Tools for PPC Success

    With Adwords Editor and its many bulk editing features, those days disappeared. Nearly every craft uses tools to get the job done. Carpenters have hammers and saws. Doctors have expensive medical devices like MRI machines and tests.

  3. How to Use PPC Data to Guide SEO Strategy in a '(Not Provided)' World

    Specify the largest date range possible (90 days) and download the report. As mentioned before, they have already announced an increase of data from 90 days to a year. As "(not provided)" creeps its way up to 100 percent, so does the lack of our...

  4. Securing the Future of SEO: Global Brands & 5 '(Not Provided)' Solutions

    Set up an automated, daily report to be delivered to you so that you do not miss out on the organic data since it is only available for the past 90 days. The great philosopher Heraclitus once said "change is the only constant".

  5. Google '(Not Provided)' Keywords: 10 Ways to Get Organic Search Data

    It only goes back for a limited period of time, currently only 90 days. You should make a point of going into your account every 30 days to save your data, as it can be downloaded in both CSV and Google Docs, so you do have access to it forever.

  6. SEO in the Age of Apps: Diversifying Your Mobile SEO Strategy

    Google Now: As discussed in my post from June, it's still early days for Google Now and SEO best practices have yet to surface. But mobile devices have ushered in a whole new set of search challenges in the form of apps, forcing SEO professionals...