How to determine keywords for SEO since Google made all organic searches secure?
MrsMith 6 weeks ago
It used to be simple to determine keywords through Google Analytics, but since they changed search to make all searches secure (https://) much of what you get is “(not provided.)” in a search query report. Is there still a way to determine meaningful keyword data since Google implemented this change?
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