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Getting Searched Term with Location in the Dimension Tab

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Hello!

 

I been trying with no luck yet to get information regarding searched terms and location. Is this possible?

 

Under Dimension I see the posibility of getting either Searched Terms or Geography, but I don't seem to find a way to combine both. This would be usefull for me in order to understand which country customers are searching for each term and immprove my campaign on a country to country basis.

 

Thanks a lot for any help I might get!

 

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Re: Getting Searched Term with Location in the Dimension Tab

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Hi Yakito;

Hmmm...

The tool to track / find this information would be Google Insights for Search

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Thanks Moshe, the thing with Google Trends data is that it is not my data. What I would need is to be able to understand where are my clicks originating in relationship with the clicked keyword.

I guess there is no way to combine both the "Searched Term" and the "Geography" reports then?

Thanks one more time for all your help

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For this purpose use Analytics!

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Thanks thats a solution, although not the best for the scenarios when you dont have control of the landing page. I really think there should be a way of combining those 2 reports, but this is good for now.