Google Analytics: Extract All Keywords from Range into single .pdf?

In the new version of Google Analytics, it might not be so obvious how to get all your keywords extracted from a given date range onto 1 page.
A few easy steps will send you in the right direction.

1- Log into GA
2- Go to TRAFFIC SOURCES—>SOURCES–>SEARCH–>ORGANIC (if only looking at organic)
3- change the date range to desired range
4- Go¬† to bottom of page and look at how many keywords are listed (for instance it might say “1- 841″ or such).
This tells you how many keywords for the period you are looking up there are.
(For example, the total keyword count for me was 2033)
5- Select 500 from bottom first
6- Go to your URL listed at top in your browser.

It should look something like this:

https://www.google.com/analytics/web/?pli=1#report/trafficsources-organic/a2508626w4554830p4686234/%3F_.date00%3D20120401%26_.date01%3D20120630%26explorer-table.rowStart%3D0%26explorer-table.rowCount%3D500/

Now change the end of the URL to your total number (for instance mine would be 2033) – see example

https://www.google.com/analytics/web/?pli=1#report/trafficsources-organic/a2508626w4554830p4686234/%3F_.date00%3D20120401%26_.date01%3D20120630%26explorer-table.rowStart%3D0%26explorer-table.rowCount%3D2033/

HIT ENTER!

That’s it, you should now have your entire collection of keywords showing in GA, you can now export to pdf, or to Excel!

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