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Google Webmaster Tools shows "Top Pages"
aristotle




msg:4541044
 7:06 pm on Jan 31, 2013 (gmt 0)

Maybe this has already been reported, but I just noticed it today. In Google WebmasterTools, you can find "top pages" at
Traffic --> Search Queries --> Top Pages

Apparently the list ranks the pages by the number of impressions. You can click an individual page and see a ranking of the top keywords that brough Google traffic to that page. This looks like it could be useful.

 

lucy24




msg:4541126
 11:09 pm on Jan 31, 2013 (gmt 0)

Uhm, it's been there for as long as I can remember :P

:: detour to make sure you're not describing a new configuration ::

Nope, no change. For some people (me!) the "top pages" view is a lot more useful than the "top queries" view. Especially now that it defaults to "web" instead of everything including the kitchen s-- oops, I mean, including Image Search.

aristotle




msg:4541150
 12:28 am on Feb 1, 2013 (gmt 0)

Thanks lucy
Somehow I never noticed it before. Sometimes I seem to have a blind spot for things like that. I agree that it appears to be useful. Except toward the bottom of some of the lists there are a lot of "less than 10" entries. Apparently it means "more than zero" but less than 10, so must be long-tail stuff.

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