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: Continue reading Google Analytics: Extract All Keywords from Range into single .pdf?
SEO – Extreme Keyword Analysis
Extracting phrases and common words to better format your pages
At some point, if you are a serious SEO your gonna want to dig a little deeper into data to see how your web page efforts are going.
The process I’ve used actually requires 2 bits of free software
01- Google Analytics account (with adequate amount of data to analyze)
02- A FREE piece of software called “Primitive Word Counter”
Now I will say that upon looking for keyword extraction software I had almost given up. Though at the zero hour I found exactly what I needed to make a SEO overview of one of my clients sites.
So lets get into the process:
GOOGLE ANALYTICS PORTION:
01- Open your Google Analytics account (of website you are analyzing)
02- Go into “traffic sources–>Keywords
03- Change the date range to at least a year’s worth
(this will be under the drop down the upper right “date” are of GA)
Now at this point you’ll want to make note of how many total keywords were used- write this number down
04- Go to the top URL and change the portion that says Continue reading SEO: How to Extract Common keywords from Google Analytics?