Google Analytics Shows zero searches for all Organic traffic

by PraveenkumarElango 15 replies
My Google analytics shows zero traffic for organic traffic (Google, yahoo and Bing).. GA showing data for all paid services... What will be the reason???
#search engine optimization #analytics #google #organic #searches #shows #traffic
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  • Profile picture of the author expmrb
    Have you checked that actually you are getting any traffic from organic search or not? I mean you are ranking for any keyword or not.
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  • Profile picture of the author counter2015
    Check if you can see any referral traffic. Share your website on social media and see if you get any traffic from there and it shows on your dashboard. Use a 3rd party tool like Gostats and see if the issue persists.
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  • Profile picture of the author dburk
    Hi PraveenkumarElango,

    It could be that your website is not yet indexed. It also could be that your website is indexed but ranks poorly for any and all search terms that get significant traffic.

    In either case you can get to the bottom of it by linking your Google Analytics account to your Google Search Console account after your add and verify your website ownership on Google Search console.
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    • All my website URLs are indexed in Google. Till march 26th I have received traffic and it show in GA. But after that I didn't get organic traffic alone. Now am getting Paid analytics graph in GA
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  • Profile picture of the author altonroot
    It can be technical issue. Like accidentally a redirect in between can cause most traffic in referral. May be your pages de-indexed by mistake. May be your analytics code removed on some pages. It can be anything. Need to check the website for accurate reason.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    I don't know why it got deleted, either a mod that didn't know what they were doing or another glitch in the forum, but you posted a link to your site yesterday.

    When I looked at it, there was no Analytics code on that site.
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    • We are using GTM (Google Tag Manager) code.
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      • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
        Originally Posted by PraveenkumarElango View Post

        We are using GTM (Google Tag Manager) code.
        My fault. I was looking for the traditional code.

        How long have you been using the Tag Manager?
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  • Profile picture of the author dburk
    Hi PraveenkumarElango,

    Did you link your Search Console to Google Analytics?

    Did you check the Google Search Console for any errors in crawling or indexing your content?

    Did you check the number of organic impressions and clicks? Did anything seem unusual in that data?

    It should be relatively easy to spot the issue when you look at your Search Console data. Please let us know what you found there and we can try to help you further.

    Don Burk
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    • Didn't link Search Console to Google Analytics

      I checked. No errors in Google Search Console

      Getting the good number of organic impressions and clicks.

      Now, I placed GA separately. It's working. When we are placing GA in GTM, it not fetching only organic data
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      • Profile picture of the author Adam Hurdle
        Is your GA code is implemented properly?

        You just search your website through the organic means just put your keyword in search engine and go to your website, then check realtime report in GA. if visitor is showing in your GA then it will be working properly.
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  • Profile picture of the author Adam Hurdle
    Please check your Google Search Console and checked Indexing Status and Crawl error from last 2 to three week.
    • Have you done any major changes on your websites?
    • Check Crawl Error
    • Check main keyword ranking
    • Check Google Analytics landing page report
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    • I have checked all the things. Finally I placed the GA code separately in the website. Previously I use GTM code. Now its working
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