Internet Marketing Posts

4 Negative Effects of (not provided) keywords

The justification of hiding majority of keywords from Google Analytics is a debate for another day but on 23rd Sep 2013,Google converted nearly 100% of keywords to (not provided). This means that Webmasters would not be able to track the keyword used by the visitor to reach each page through Google search engine.

History of (not provided) keywords

StumbleUpon Paid Discovery: Steps to Create First Campaign

Unlike Social Media and Search, Stumble upon serves content based on your preference and interest, and as the word “Stumble” suggests, the service is for users who are interested in discovering content according to their interest. The concept by itself leads to visits that have low engagement, and high bounce rate. But that does not mean that the service is of little use in spreading the brand name across the network.