Google Analytics Keyword Data – A Dangerous Precedent #seochat

On Thursday, October 27, 2011 Search Marketing Weekly will be hosting our weekly an #seochat on Twitter. And we’re doing something different!!!

Instead of 1 guest, we’ll have 3 guests talking about Google’s latest change to their Analytics data. This will be a 3-person panel talking about why Google made the change and what effects it may or may not have on SEO. Expect an exciting and informational evening!

New Format

Our guests this week will each have 4 tweets to answer the questions then they will have 5 minutes to reply and debate before we move on to the next question. And the questions are:

  1. What is the REAL reason for the Google’s removal of data for logged in users?
  2. How does/should this change affect your SEO strategy?
  3. What should SEOs be looking at in their analytics instead?
  4. Why is granular data important or dangerous to an SEO strategy?

Details:

#SeoChat starts at 7:00 pm Mountain Time (6:00 pm Pacific and 9:00 pm Eastern)
About 1 hour long
Use hashtag #seochat on Twitter

Host:
Tim Biden (@timbiden)

Panel Participants:
Alan Bleiweiss Google AnalyticsClick2Rank Consulting’s Director of Search Services Alan Bleiweiss has spent the better part of the past decade providing SEO services to small, medium and Fortune 1000 clients across the United States.  Known as much for his rants as he is for performing SEO audits on some of the worlds largest and most visited sites, Alan is both passionate about, and unafraid of sharing his views, especially when it comes to SEO best practices.  You can follow him on Twitter @AlanBleiweiss, hear him speak at the upcoming Pubcon Vegas about Local SEO for Enterprise, or check out the Kindle edition of his popular eBook, the Site Owners Guide to SEO for Content Writing.

 

Rhea DrysdaleRhea Drysdale is the CEO of Outspoken Media, an Internet marketing company that specializes in SEO, link development, online reputation management and social media marketing. Rhea has spoken at SMX, SES, Web 2.0 Expo, Pubcon, Blog World Expo, ACCM, Search Exchange, BlueGlass and SEMNE. She has also been featured on CNN.com, in the Wall Street Journal and in “SEO: The Search Engine Optimization Bible” as an industry insider. You can follow her on Twitter @Rhea.

 

 

Silver Arc Anthony VerreTony Verre is the CEO of Silver Arc Search Marketing and writes their official blog The Milwaukee SEO. He has worked in online marketing, search engine optimization, and search engine marketing for over 6 years. Columnist at Search News Central and search geek to the core. You can follow him on Twitter@TonyVerre.

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