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  1. How to Use Google Analytics Site Search Reports

    The Pages report in this area is all about which pages of the website the user was on when they made the search. Here are some extra ideas to take away for this area in Google Analytics: The Site Search report is found under Behavior and is focused...

  2. 5 Googley SEO Terms – Do They Mean What You Think They Mean?

    To prevent a page or set of pages from having their URL indexed you will want to remove the page from the robots.txt and add a noindex tag to the header area of the page(s) you wish to block. Many terms are used within the search industry.

  3. Google Wants to Woo Enterprise Clients Away From AdWords Management Platforms

    Choose your attributions and datasets by dropping them into the spreadsheet area, so you can create charts, graphs, and more within AdWords, like this: Google announced a number of new AdWords features and enhancements this morning from their Step...

  4. Google Analytics Content Reports: Understanding the Key Benefits

    Be aware that this preview may not be the same version that the user saw if the content has changed and that this URL is built based on the domain name you have put in the admin area of the profile, so if you use one profile for multiple domains...

  5. How to Identify Non-Ranking URL Page Types Using Google Site Search

    By first identifying and crawling comprehensive page type lists, scale is immediately apparent (number of paginated pages for example), existing SEO elements have been identified and benchmarked, a recommendation is given, and everything falls...