Entry methods - Search engines
Search engines are tools for finding information on the Internet, such as Google and Bing. Snoobi recognizes almost all international search engines.
In the Web Analytics menu, select Entry methods and click Search engines. The data are displayed as a table or chart, depending on the last selection made (see panels).
What is shown
The panel displays information about the selected time range. See Metrics for an explanation of the data analysis.
Click on a search engine in the panel to see detailed visitor information, such as to which pages a search on your website have led and which search terms are used.
A high number of visitors combined with a low number of page impressions per visit may indicate that the keywords you want to be found with, are too general or misleading (the content of your website does not match the search terms that users apply).
A low number of visitors combined with a low number of page impressions per visit may indicate that the keywords you want to be found with are too difficult or rare. Your audience does not come up with the idea to use them and thus do not find your website.
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Modified on: Tue, 26 Feb, 2019 at 9:45 AM
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