AdSense for Search Top Queries
Google adds Top Search Queries in its reports. Really nice to learn that you can now see what visitors are looking for in your blog. This feature in now available when you login to your AdSense account.
If you have an AdSense for search box on your site, you’re likely curious what your visitors are searching for from your pages. With the AdSense for search top queries report, you can learn the 25 most common searches conducted through your AdSense for search boxes. Use this report to identify additional topics to add to your site, or to keep track of your most sought-after information.Please note that the top queries report does not show unique queries; only queries that receive two or more hits are displayed.
You can view your AdSense for search top queries by clicking on the Top Queries link in the Quick Reports section of your Overview page, or by visiting the Advanced Reports – Search Performance page.
I just checked mine and the top 25 queries doesn’t have anything to do with technology or this blog’s focus. It could be one of two things — people already know where to go inside my blog (which is good) or they’re just on the wrong blog altogether.
Well, at least I know that visitors are using the search feature.