Google Analytics is not only a great resource for finding information about your website traffic but also your keywords. Once you learn how to find keywords in Google Analytics, it can help you understand what terms are being searched to find content on your website.
How To Find Your Keywords In Google Analytics
When you first log into your Google Analytics you’ll want to select Acquisition – Search Engine Optimization – Queries. Once you have selected those options your screen will look similar to the image below (but with different search terms).
The list will typically default to the top ten results. However, you can change this on the bottom right-hand corner where it says “show rows”. You can change this to show 25, 50, or even 500!
This is an area of Google Analytics you will want to study on a regular basis. Social media traffic is wonderful, but you don’t want to have all your eggs in one basket. Building up search engine traffic will keep traffic coming to your site even when you’re not actively promoting your site.
You should look at your keywords on a monthly or quarterly basis. Use your top queries to determine what type of content you should be writing and what keywords to use. It is also a great idea to create a series of posts around your top keywords.
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