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Posted on 09. Nov, 2011 by Richard Henke.
Following on from our blog on the 28th October, regarding Google’s intention to encrypt organic searches for all signed in users, it appears that Matt Cutts’ initial prediction that the percentage of keywords reported with (not provided) would be within a single digit, appears to be a little wide of the mark. The graph below [...]
Posted on 28. Oct, 2011 by Richard Henke.
To a chorus of “boos” from the online SEO community, Google announced this week that all signed-in Google user searches would now be encrypted as standard via the https://www.google.com domain, meaning that keyword information will now be stripped from Organic search results. Users of all analytics platforms will no longer be able to view which [...]
Posted on 17. Oct, 2011 by Richard Henke.
The new version of Google Analytics has been live for a number of months now with a host of new features added at an impressive rate. Just last week, Google launched a radical design update to the new interface in an attempt to improve user experience and interaction within the Analytics platform. As regular users [...]