Google Analytics is free website analytics by Google. In Google Analytics, you can easily track the performance of your website, traffic, and most important keywords(Queries) used to search your blog.
To use all these features, you need a Google account. Google offered analytics for free whoever have Google account they can use it. You need to configure the Analytics for your blog to do so you can check the below post.
Google Analytics features
Google Analytics provides you with everything that you required to track your website performance. You can monitor the blog traffic, sessions, page views, bounce rate and the more information about the visitors like location and all.
One more advantage of Analytics is this tool show you all the queries used to search your blog. This is very helpful for any blogger to track the blog performance and see which post is performing well.
By using all the queries, anyone can make the top performing post better for content. Along with queries, Google analytics will show you the page rank of each query. The page rank might be varies depending on the location of the visitors.
We can take advantage of this feature to improve our blog. Here I am going to tell you how to check all the queries and page rank corresponding to it.
Check Queries and Page Rank
I told you that we could do anything with Google Analytics, which is necessary to analyse the performance of the website. We can check the organic keywords which are used to search for our blog and the corresponding page rank. It’s straightforward to find the keywords and improve our blog traffic as per the keywords. Here I am going to tell you how you can check keywords with Google Analytics.
- Once you login to Analytics dashboard redirects to Acquisition tab present on the left-hand side.
- Open Search console in that you will see Queries tab open it and you will see all queries used for searching your website. Along with the queries, you can check the clicks, impressions, and position of queries on Google search results.
In the above snapshot, you can see the queries which are used for searching my blog, corresponding Page rank of that queries on Google search engine. Also, you can check the page rank in Google Search Console.
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