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  1. Google Keyword Data Goes Missing Again, This Time From Webmaster Tools

    See our followup story, "Google Fixes Webmaster Tools Bug, Missing Search Query Data to Return". If you tie your Webmaster Tools and Analytics accounts together, you can also view query data under Traffic Sources > Search Engine Optimization.

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

    UPDATE: Search Query data has become unavailable, although Google's John Mueller has confirmed this is a bug. You can still get keyword data in Google Webmaster Tools, by clicking on Search Traffic > Search Queries, and yes, it does include search...

  3. 5 New Website Vulnerabilities Straight from Black Hat & DEF CON

    In addition to "HTTP Response Body" you also (POST) string query parameters to reflect user data. What is the power of a search query without the power to act on it? Still, the last thing you want to be doing this weekend is sending emails to...

  4. Google to Pay $8.5 Million to Settle Search Query Privacy Case

    What that meant for search data was this: websites visited from Google's organic search results still knew the user came from Google, but they didn't receive information about each individual query. She argued that by clicking on those links...

  5. PR & SEOs Listen Up! HitTail is Back to Make You Panda Proof

    Essentially HitTail automates the process of panhandling for potentially golden keyword phrases from all your incoming search query data. Regardless of the ethics of Google SPYWorld and encrypted referrers, every public piece of keyword data I have...

  6. Google’s Encrypted Search Data: A Cure for Vision Loss?

    But let’s talk about what we’re not going to see in 2012: the return of user search query data from individuals signed into Google accounts. We know that Google’s strategy has been to always put users first, and this move toward encryption of...

  7. Biggest Search Events of 2011 & Predictions for 2012

    Google made this the "default experience" for signed-in users on Google.com in October and, as a consequence, stopped passing query data to analytics software including Google Analytics. Users began to see "(not provided)" appearing in their Google...

  8. Google Encrypted Search: 9 Key Points B2B Marketers Need to Know

    Webtrends: Our Response to Google’s Query String Security Announcement For those B2B marketers already aware or getting up to speed, here are nine key points to take into consideration, in the wake of Google’s enhancements to signed-in search data.