• Drew Rigler

    This just seems to be getting worse, and it is hard now telling clients that basically “i don’t have 40% of your data available” so they can make marketing decisions. I mean, this is marketing, and one huge component of any business is knowing where your leads come from in order to address those resource components.

  • Pat Grady

    How do you explain that the % varies within the data set as well… :-)

    Reminds me of… blinded by the light, revved up like a deuce.
    Then… she blinded me with science.

  • Michael Gauld

    This is the engine’s way of making you invest more in paid search. If you want the keyword visibility, you have to be willing to pay for it now.

  • http://www.eemes.com/ Eemes

    I accept, true what you are saying. This is becoming more difficult. Dany is there any other Analytic tool which we can rely on?

    Coz this is are the most important crucial points which needs to be addressed. Without keywords data we can’t improve or focus on traffic

  • http://www.aomservices.com/ Derek Abbring

    My bet is that someday in the future they will move analytics to a free and a paid model where the paid version will unlock this data.

  • http://borasky-research.net/about-data-journalism-developer-studio-pricing-survey/ M. Edward (Ed) Borasky

    I’ve given up on Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools. It’s always been a jargon-infested time sink and this whole “secure search” business was the last straw.

  • astralweb

    On one of our clients, for service work, we are seeing 47% (not provided) for past 3.5 months

  • Durant Imboden

    For my editorial travel-planning site, “not provided” is about 35 percent of organic search traffic for the month ending yesterday. That’s quite a bit less than the 49 percent “on the low end” figure cited above, but it’s obviously higher than the figure of 20.5 percent that I was seeing for the same period a year ago.

  • beulah752

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  • http://www.phplinkdirectory.com David DuVal

    It’s another Google Minus. Their tools are crippled by not providing data that we know they have about our company. I half joke, but if the NSA has the data, couldn’t we request it through the Freedom of Information act?

  • http://sangosieuviet.com/ Linh Lan

    Google alway change :(