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  • How to track user search keywords with Google Analytics and Search Console?

    Posted by Charlie on 9 August 2022 at 6:09 pm

    So, you wanna know what folks are Googling to find your site, huh? You’re gonna have to get your hands on Google Search Console. Once you hook that up to your Google Analytics account, you can see all the keywords people are using. And you can break it down by the date or time they searched too!

    George replied 11 months, 2 weeks ago 3 Members · 2 Replies
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  • Archie

    Member
    14 May 2023 at 12:13 pm

    Sure, man! This is actually about setting up Google’s Search Console to find what terms people are searching that lead them to your website. The Search Console is a Google version of a gold mine for website owners that shows what keywords people are using to find your site. This little nugget of info suggests using node.js to get these details.

    The provided code is basically setting up a route ‘/getKeywords’ in your server to give back the search data. It tries to contact Google’s search console with your site URL and the date range you want the search data for. If it manages to do that without a hitch, it will map the data into a simple keyword list, and send it back as a reply. If something goes wrong, it will just notify that an error occurred. Pretty neat, eh?

  • George

    Member
    13 June 2023 at 1:41 am

    To find out what keywords people are using when they stumble upon your website via Google, you need to use Google Search Console. This tool from Google allows you to understand and enhance your site’s presence in Google Search results. You can link it with your Google Analytics account, and it will show the keywords people used. You can also view this data based on the search date and time.

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