How this guide helps you
One of the biggest frustrations for website owners is the inability to see the keywords typed by people who came into the website from a Google organic search.
When we originally created A1WebStats, Google gave visibility of those keywords but those days are gone and you won’t get Google organic keyword phrases in A1WebStats, Google Analytics, nor any other way (apart from the occasional one that slips through).
Why do Google stop you seeing the keywords people searched on? We did a blog some time ago that went into this in more detail so please do click here if that’s of interest.
The reality though is that you just won’t see those Google organic search keywords anymore. In a way, that’s a good thing because it means that you can focus on what really matters which is:
Whether or not people land on certain pages, or get to certain pages, how well did those pages facilitate that potential buyer wanting to make contact?
So what if you are on page 1 of Google when people type a particular keyword phrase? What matters is how well those people convert to enquiries. We’ve seen numerous websites that obsess over getting high organic Google rankings but those same websites are incapable of converting that traffic into enquiries.
This guide takes you through an alternative viewpoint to the problem of not being able to see the keywords that brought people to your website from a Google organic search.