Frustrated with Google for giving you “not provided” instead of the keyword a visitor used to find your site? Here is a work-around to recover it. By Todd Atkins In October 2011, Google added a new security/privacy “feature” for their SSL searches. Long story short, if you are logged into a Google account, Google scrubs the seach query from being reported to the site owner in Google Analytics. Instead, they lump all that traffic into a keyword they call “(not provided)”. If you’ve seen “(not provided)” as one of the most common keywords driving traffic to your site, you know how frustrating this can be. Here is a dead simple trick to gleam a little information about how those visitors found your site.
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