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I Found the Top Keywords for my Blog

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I imagine that almost every blogger has set up a Google Analytics account in order to track visits to the blog. I'm no exception to this and while I'm probably not using all its features and benefits, it still is a very interesting tool. Other than the total amount of visitors per month I'm mostly interested in how these visitors actually got to my blog.

There are referrals, social media referrals, direct hits and - most interesting - search keywords that led people to one of my posts. However, since Google updated it's privacy settings*, most of these keywords appear as "(not provided)" which isn't very helpful. The keywords left in your Google Analytics keyword list are the ones from other search engines. At least, those give you a general idea what your visitors were looking for when they were sent to your blog.

My Top 20 Keywords in 2016

For this blog "A Humorous Guide to Switzerland" Google Analytics shows me the following top 
keywords:
  1. online shopping clothes
  2. swiss people characteristics
  3. learn swiss german blog
  4. schatzli
  5. cute swiss german words
  6. swiss german dictionary
  7. swiss german humorous guide
  8. swiss german phrases
  9. swiss people physical characteristics
  10. mother in swiss german
  11. online dress
  12. shopping online clothes
  13. shopping online dresses
  14. online clothes
  15. schätzli
  16. something swiss german
  17. swiss men characteristics
  18. vermicelles
  19. basic swiss german phrases
  20. chum büsi traduction

Which Articles were most visited

As you can see, these keywords cover three main areas: Swiss German language, online clothes shopping and characteristics of Swiss people. Not surprisingly, some of my most popular posts deal with exactly these topics. Have a look at this short overview.

Swiss German Language:

Online Shopping in Switzerland:

Characteristics of Swiss People:

















* More info on the "(not provided)" issue can be found in this helpful post.

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