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10 Surprising Facts About “Keyword (Not Provided)” For Paid Search

Earlier this week, everyone went bananas over a rumor that paid search query data was disappearing and that third party tools providers would be slammed. In my article, I’ll clarify fact from fiction. Here are 10 things you need to know about the Keyword (Not Provided) for paid search issue: 1. Can… . About SEO, …

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Report: Google To Block Paid Search Keyword Data With Not Provided; Like Organic “Not Provided”

There are reports we are receiving from a few sources, including AJ Ghergich who posted it on his blog, that Google will soon stop passing keyword data to analytics software even for AdWords advertisers. We expected changes to not provided in the near future, and based on these reports, the… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, …

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AdWords Brings Keyword Bid Simulator Estimates Into Reporting Columns

With a handy new set of columns, Google is bringing the AdWords bid simulator into fuller view. From the keyword tab, advertisers can now add several columns to their reporting from the new Bid simulator section offered in the Customize Columns menu. A range of  bid simulator estimates can then be… . About SEO, PPC, …

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How to Rank a Keyword: The Guide That Actually Tells You How! by @theseoproz

If you do business online (who doesn’t?), then optimizing your site for search is crucial. Organic search results are an excellent place to advertise to potential buyers and reach new clients. Unfortunately, a lot of misinformation exists about how to improve your website and build links to it. The following guide covers key points you should address …

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Bing Ads Starts Allowing Keyword Variations Once Flagged As Duplicate

Just about anyone who has imported a campaign from Google AdWords or uploaded a new keyword set into Bing Ads has experienced the “duplicate keyword” error that occurs when two keywords in an ad group have subtle differences like hyphens or accents. That’s because Bing Ads removes… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search Engines & …

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A Dilbert On Search Engine Keyword Research

There was a fun search marketing related Dilbert strip last week on the topic of doing and presenting your keyword research to your boss. The search marketer says: “I did A-B testing and found the search terms that bring the most people to our site.” He then adds “the most… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, …

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#SMX Liveblog: My Post-Not Provided Keyword Research Tools (#31C)

#SMX Liveblog: My Post-Not Provided Keyword Research Tools (#31C) was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Post-not provided, it’s becoming more and more important to rely on third-party keyword research tools. In this post I’ve documented the tools two industry experts (Rae Hoffman and Christine Churchill) recommend. First up on …

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Bing Webmaster Guidelines Updated To Include Demotions For Keyword Stuffing

Bing has quietly updated their Webmaster Guidelines to include a stern warning to webmasters who think they can use keyword stuffing techniques to manipulate their rankings and get away with it. The warning says Bing may demote the site or delist the site that is using keyword stuffing. The new… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, …

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Got Hit by “Not Provided”? Grab Your Organic Keyword Data! by @krystianwlr

Last year was very thrilling for Google as the company updated many of their products. We’ve seen some tools like Google Reader being shut-down and we’ve seen many improvements made to the existing ones. Most of Google’s income comes from the search engine, so it wasn’t a surprise that many of those updates concerned Google’s …

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Keyword Research After The Keyword Tool, (Not Provided) & Hummingbird Apocalypse

It wasn’t all that long ago that our world came crashing down around us. In a very short span of time, Google took keyword research and ripped out its heart and shoved it down its throat. Then, it put all our keywords through a meat grinder. Then cooked them up, ate the dish with a …

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Keyword Rich Domain Names Improving Search Rankings is a Myth, According to Bing by @mattsouthern

Duane Forrester, Sr. Product Manager of Bing, claims it’s a myth that keyword rich domain names improve search engine rankings in a post published yesterday on the Bing Webmaster Blog. This came about after Forrester attended Namescon and overheard people discussing how keyword rich or exact match domain names can make or break your site. Claiming …

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Bing: It’s A Myth That Keyword Rich Domain Names Improve Search Rankings

Microsoft Bing’s Senior Product Manager, Duane Forrester, wrote last night at the Bing Webmaster Blog that it is only a myth that in today’s ranking algorithms that a keyword rich domain name will make enough of an impact on your rankings to give you a major boost above your… . About SEO, PPC, SEM, Search …

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GOOGLE GIVES BACK SOME KEYWORD DATA

oogle giveth and Google taketh away. Most of you will have noticed that the organic keyword data provided by Google Analytics has been gradually fading away and replaced by the token ‘not provided’. This was introduced after Google announced that it was taking measures to protect personalised search, which basically meant that it would no …

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Why J.D. Salinger Doesn’t Need Keyword Research, But You Do

Why J.D. Salinger Doesn’t Need Keyword Research, But You Do was originally published on BruceClay.com, home of expert search engine optimization tips. Even if J.D Salinger had kept publishing work until his death in 2010 there’s no way he would have touched blogging with a 1000-foot pole. Why? Because J.D Salinger was the kind of …

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