Thursday, November 15, 2012

Google+ Shows How Your Blog Is Performing In Google Search Results

Author: Gagan Masoun
Google+ Shows How Your Blog Is Performing In Google Search Results
If you have a verified Google+ authorship for your website(s) or blog(s) to your Google+ profile, then you can get some important stats about your incoming Google search traffic right inside Google+ itself. But this feature in Google+ aren't available to all publishers yet and the given below link could be returning a 404.

This appears to be rolling out for select users and appears in the lower right side of any Google+ profile page:

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How to Get Stats

  1. Go to plus.google.com/authorship/analytics 
  2. You Will See Impressions & Clicks For The Last 30 Days.
  3. The Report Also Carries Similar Stats For Individual Pages On Your Blog(s).
If your website(s) or blog(s) is showing on first page of Google then congratulations but unless search users aren't clicking on your page in search results (click), that rank is mostly unprofitable. So, if you have a different meta description and title for your blog or website then you can create a difference & drive more traffic for your website or blog.

Google Search Ttraffic Stat

One more thing which you should keep in mind that the reports in Google+ do not show your blog’s actual ranking in Google Search results but if the “impression” count is 100K or higher, your blog is performing quite good and you probably need to improve SEO of your website/blog that will further improve the clicks.

Author
Author - Gagan Masoun is the owner of Blogs Daddy Blog.Gagan lives in India, has been blogging since 2010 and writing Blogs Daddy Blog since 2011.You can find him in the usual social networks.

4 comments:

  1. This is interesting information, Google + is doing everything to make to the most used social media site.

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  2. Please Tell Me Why Link is Not Working.It Shows an Error and the Error is '

    404. That’s an error.
    The requested URL was not found on this server. That’s all we know.

    Please Give a Solution.

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    1. I think Google Adword (advertisers) can see this link only to track their sites stats.

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