Beyond Google Analytics: 10 SEO analytics and reporting tools

Analytics and reporting are a critical part of any SEO campaign, and while Google Analytics is a great place to start, it most certainly shouldn’t be where you stop. In this post, we’ll cover some of the best free and paid tools available for SEO reporting and analytics.

Evolving past last-click attribution in paid search

Despite its inefficiencies, many marketers use last-click attribution by default to understand the value of their keywords. Getting to the root of the measurement problem and combining complementary data tools can help take your paid search optimization to the next level.

Google Analytics: Misunderstandings that hold marketers back

As Google continues to improve its analytics offerings, marketers need to understand the data in front of them. Unfortunately, there are a few misunderstandings surrounding the way that Google collects, configures, processes, and reports data. Here are some commonly misunderstood metrics and features within the core Google Analytics interface.

How to ensure you ask the right questions of your data

Posing the wrong questions of your data wastes precious time, and with only so many hours in the day to use your data effectively, you need to become really skilled at knowing what questions to ask when analyzing results so you find answers that are actionable and relevant. Let’s go through some ways you can get better at this.

How to ensure you ask the right questions of your data

Posing the wrong questions of your data wastes precious time, and with only so many hours in the day to use your data effectively, you need to become really skilled at knowing what questions to ask when analyzing results so you find answers that are actionable and relevant. Let’s go through some ways you can get better at this.

A world without “(not provided)”: How unlocking organic keyword data leads to a better web

For close to six years, marketers have been forced to deal with a lack of visibility over their organic keywords. But data analysis and processing have come a long way since 2011, and one company believes it has found the solution to “(not provided)”. We talk to Keyword Hero, the start-up that set out to solve “(not provided)”, and Rand Fishkin, who believes that reclaiming organic keywords will lead to a better web.