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User Searches?

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  1. lesurf

    lesurf Active Member

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    Wow, what a goldmine of information I had at my finger tips but never knew about!

    Forgive me for my ignornace on this but I'm guessing others might be in the dark as well so I'll post just to make it known.

    If you go into an individual domain in your ND a/c and then click on settings. Down the bottom of this page there is a table called User Searches which segments user searches by region. A big eye opener for me and very encouraging to see some of the non European traffic I'm getting.

    Can Ed enlighten us on what exactly this table illustrates? Why are my overall views lowish but my "hits" for individual terms high. I'm guessing user searches relate to the things that people click on or input into the search box once they land on the parking page? Thus one unique visitor may "search" many times once they get to the ND park page.

    Would it ever be possible to have a table to show where traffic is coming from. Type in versus search engines?
     
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    Thanks Ed, I did check to see if there was a previous thread but none looked to have appropriate titles. Anyway read the old thread and all is clear now. Thanks again.

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    yeah i've recently found this bit of ND as well - and got to say its a winning feature - nice one ed
     
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