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Keyword “Not Provided”: What A Recent Google Change Means for Your Stats

Have you started seeing “(not provided)” as an increasing portion of your Google Analytics referring keywords? Don’t panic. Here’s what to do.

What We’re Reading – December 23

How we search One-word searches are increasing dramatically, possibly as a result of mobile search becoming more popular. A recent Pew Internet Project report indicates that people are increasing turning to search engines for information about local businesses – an argument for optimizing your Google Places listing. Just for fun – Google Search let it snow Seriously, right now Google search let it snow. You won’t be disappointed. Go to LinkedIn and click to see who has viewed your profile in…

What We’re Reading – November 4

Changes in Google Search In the wake of changes to Google Reader and Gmail that have garnered mixed reviews from users, Google has announced a change to the search algorithm that promises more timely results on some queries. From what they’re saying it seems like a continuing refinement of the Query Deserves Freshness changes they’ve been working on for a while. Google Street View coming indoors Street View is piloting a project that allows visitors to see inside shops and…

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