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I noticed the other day that Google analytics dropped keywords from there listing except from there paid listings or at least I thought. However the other day I found keywords again and looked at what people were using but like always most weren't listed but then again today keywords was no were to be found. Does anyone know what is going on with Google analytics.
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  • Profile picture of the author AndresNWD
    I am not sure I understand... do yo mean one day you are able to see the keywords of your incoming traffic and some others you can't?
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  • Profile picture of the author patco
    I don't get the question at all, but..Analytics works good for me, did this happen to you in the past too?
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  • Profile picture of the author SEO Power
    Originally Posted by marks2424 View Post

    I noticed the other day that Google analytics dropped keywords from there listing except from there paid listings or at least I thought. However the other day I found keywords again and looked at what people were using but like always most weren't listed but then again today keywords was no were to be found. Does anyone know what is going on with Google analytics.
    Google no longer shows referring keywords for searches performed by logged in users - doesn't matter which analytics tool you use.
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  • Originally Posted by marks2424 View Post

    I noticed the other day that Google analytics dropped keywords from there listing except from there paid listings or at least I thought. However the other day I found keywords again and looked at what people were using but like always most weren't listed but then again today keywords was no were to be found. Does anyone know what is going on with Google analytics.
    In Google Analytics you will not be able to see referring keywords for searched as no information will be shared if user is logged in. And in most of the case such searches would come under "not provided"
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    • Profile picture of the author marks2424
      Yes it has been that way for a while now but up until last week I would still see a few keywords and the rest wouldn't be listed like always, what i mean is I don't have an option to see keywords as when you look over your list of things to look at it is no longer there however it was there one day and not the next then back again it didn't make any sense.
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  • Profile picture of the author RJuy66
    I didn't yet try it, but I read somewhere that it has to do because the result pages on google are https (ssl) and it's directing to your non-https pages. Try to change your web-site to https and see if the keywords show up. In most cases it's not that easy to change an entire site to https...
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  • Profile picture of the author Vishwasfincap
    A free tool provided by Google, you can get any types query of Visiters from this tool.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ashwaniseo
    Hello,

    Whether it means that you are getting not provided data in keyword tab?

    Kindly elaborate for proper solution.
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    • Profile picture of the author mezr
      The "new" Google Analytics hid that feature a bit, but it's still there. Select ... acquisition > source/medium > secondary dimension > keyword. Hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Generic SEO Guy
    Well, some time ago GA began passing organic search traffic as "not provided" and this has increased over time, to the point where it now passes very little actual organic keyword data. I'm thinking you're referring to this AND possibly getting confused by looking at different reports. If you've connected your GA and GWT accounts then you may have been seeing the latter when you were seeing organic keyword data.
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