If you're dealing with the growing Keyword Not Provided problem, you're working in the dark In late 2011, Google implemented a major change, forcing search engine optimization professionals to work in the virtual dark, as keyword level data from users logged into and searching on Google was no longer available to them. While the change has benefits to users (improved privacy security, faster speeds and an improved overall experience), it has been a significant problem for digital media professionals. The issue is only getting worse. The problem is these professionals no longer have information on why Google search engine users are showing up at their websites. This is particularly detrimental for SEOs, as that data is essential to running any halfway decent optimization campaign and driving traffic to websites from natural organic results. As Tad Miller, vice president of accounts at Search Mojo, puts it, "It makes it harder to...
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