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Google now Encrypts ALL Organic Search Data! Now What?

The day we all feared, as Internet marketers, has arrived... 

Google has cut off ALL organic search keyword data!

For some time, Google has encrypted organic Search terms and pushed “(not provided)” instead of the keyword term a visitor used to find a website.   Before September 23rd, the “(not provided)” designation for a keyword had only been applied to visitors using Chrome or users logged into their Google account. Google has decided this process will now be applied to 100% of all organic search terms used for a Google Search. 

How will this affect your website marketing?

…for SMB’s, ascertaining the keyword terms visitors use has just become a helluva lot more expensive!

Come to this WordPress Meetup to explore what alternatives can be leveraged to detect which keyword terms visitors are using. 

-- Pete.







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