5 Tips for Managing Your Community on Google+

The day Google+ opened up brand pages, I anxiously refreshed my Gmail inbox all day long until I finally got the email inviting me to create a company page. I knew that by creating the page under my personal account that I’d be the only one able to manage it

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SEO DOs And DONT’S According To Google: Mixed Signals?

Google is articulate a lot about SEO these days. In a new webmaster contention during SXSW, Google’s Matt Cutts spoke about some changes Google is operative on that would seem to make SEO matter less, in that sites with good, peculiarity calm that don’t do a lot of SEO

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Google+: The Ultimate You-Sourced Search Engine

Google+ has crept into SERPs near you. From getting hyper-personalized results popping up everywhere to recommending people to follow or showing you results you’ve +1’d or posts you’ve made, Google+ isn’t giving you the choice to ignore it. (Unless you use Bing, Yahoo!, or another search service entirely.) Sure, there

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More Options for Google+ Badges

Thursday, Jan 26, 2012 during 1:53 PM

Webmaster Level: All

When we launched Google+ pages in November, we also released Google+ badges to foster your Google+ participation right on your site. Starting currently in developer preview (and shortly accessible to all your users), we’re adding some-more options for

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Webmaster Tools Search Queries data is now available in Google Analytics

Posted by Christina Chen, Product Manager – Tuesday, October 04, 2011
Webmaster level: All

Earlier this year we announced a limited pilot for Search Engine Optimization reports in Google Analytics, based on Search queries data from Webmaster Tools. Thanks to valuable feedback from our pilot users, we’ve made several improvements and are pleased to announce that the following reports are now publicly available in the Traffic Sources section of Google Analytics.

  • Queries: impressions, clicks, position, and CTR info for the top 1,000 daily queries
  • Landing Pages: impressions, clicks, position, and CTR info for the top 1,000 daily landing pages
  • Geographical Summary: impressions, clicks, and CTR by country

All of these Search Engine Optimization reports offer Google Analytics’ advanced filtering and visualization capabilities for deeper data analysis. With the secondary dimensions, you can view your site’s data in ways that aren’t available in Webmaster Tools.


To enable these Search Engine Optimization reports for a web property, you must be both a Webmaster Tools verified site owner and a Google Analytics administrator of that Property. Once enabled, administrators can choose which profiles can see these reports.

If you have feedback or suggestions, please let us know in the Webmaster Help Forum.