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GSC not showing clicks on keyword level

     
9:28 pm on Sep 11, 2018 (gmt 0)

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Hi all,
not been around here for a long time - hope you are all doing well.
I searched my back off to find an answer to a problem with one of my sites, but no success (probably used wrong terminology).

A site of mine has a high traffic page. When I select that page in GSC it tells me that it got 105 clicks over the last 28 days.
Selecting the keyword button lists about 250 keywords for that page, but only 2 of them show clicks (which give a total of 3 clicks).
Is there a secret switch to see more clicks for keywords?
Thanks a lot in advance for your insights (or guidance where this topic was discussed ealier)
10:27 pm on Sept 11, 2018 (gmt 0)

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Hi onlineleben,

It has been well noted about the buggieness of GSC reports. Chances are it will correct itself in a few days.
5:56 am on Sept 12, 2018 (gmt 0)

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Thanks keyplyr for the quick reply.
Unfortunately this behaviour stays for a long time.
I thought there might be some threshold what gets shown.
With the data I have in the Search Console I can seen what my page gets displayed for in SERPS, that is already something I can work with, but clickthroughs would be more helpful to determine what really attracts visitors interest.
10:02 am on Sept 12, 2018 (gmt 0)

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Last year Google started lumping keywords together in GSC (and in Analytics when you connect GSC) as 'not set'.

Lately they have stopped showing the 'not set' data altogether: first in GSC and now in Analytics.

If you find that this glitch persists then the information you're looking for is now in this hidden 'not set' grouping.
 

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