• Ross Scrivener

    Hey, great news!
    I’ve created a Google Analytics Dashboard you can install to view the differences of traffic between iOS 5/6/7… https://www.google.com/analytics/web/template?uid=d_8PiNh2Sl2XW1o6qPcAWA

  • Thomas Redmond

    This made my life

  • Ronnie’s Mustache

    I will believe it when I see it in the iOS 7 release.

  • RyanMJones

    Finally! It’s been forever – and strangely so few people still know about this.

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    Great news!

  • Chris Dugdale

    I’m seeing it now.

    Natural search attribution of iOS traffic has nearly doubled since Monday on my sites. Much of the increase is being driven by iOS6.

  • Ronnie’s Mustache

    Well look at that! iOS organic traffic has doubled!


    Thanks for the heads up…

  • Ronnie’s Mustache

    Some SEO’s are going to be bonused big because of this -hahaha!

    Some completely unaware as to why. ;)

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  • Dan Fabulich

    Could you test iOS 6 again? We’re seeing that even iOS 6 browsers are sending referral info as of July 30; it’s seemingly confirmed by the “Define Media Group” link at the bottom of this article.

  • Pete Dainty

    ooh I’ll have a look at that, I didn’t see any unusual spike on our sites in traffic from reattribution around that time.

  • Pete Dainty

    OK, tested iOS in general (all versions) and between July 29th & 30th we see a shift in traffic for SEO from what was previously unknown.

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  • Joe

    My SEO traffic from iOS doubled on July 29th.

  • Justin

    Sweet!! I’ve been fretting about this issue for months! Thanks for the great news Barry!

  • Josh

    Unfortunately it appears that referer data from iPad visits are still not being passed. At least from iOS7, not sure about 6.