You might have some questions about Keyword Hero in-general or about the data.
Below you will find 95% of the questions that reach us.
Nothing can go wrong! Keyword Hero doesn’t mess with your original Google Analytics account but creates a duplicate one with the data, so you and your data are absolutely safe!
Keyword Hero will map your users’ organic search terms to their sessions in Google Analytics. We also add really cool new dimensions to your GA.
It’s much about statistics and big data/ machine learning. Here you’ll find some more insights into how he does it.
Yes, absolutely. We are only working inside super compliant Google Analytics and add no PII (personally identifiable information).
Please reach out to us at email@example.com.
No, we rely on too many data sources that are not available retrospectively.
No, please don’t. The Search Console should stay connected to your original Google Analytics property only.
No, please don’t. You should only use the data you see inside of your Keyword Hero property only for SEO-related analysis.
Just go into your Google permissions settings and disconnect the guy.
Billing and subscriptions
Yes, you can cancel your subscription anytime. You will only be billed for the current month.
Just go here, click on the gear icon next to the domain and select “change settings”, then go to step 4. Now you select the Little Hero plan and click “Save”. Also, you can deactivate your domain by choosing “Deactivate domain” after clicking on the gear icon.
We wrote an entire article covering this question, check it out here.
Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find your invoices in your profile under billing.
You’ll have your first data within 24 hours and it will be uploaded once per day.
Apart from the keywords you will see all metrics that you’re used to from Google Analytics, such as bounce rate, session duration, etc. and all transactional data, such as conversions, revenue, etc., which you can correlate with the keywords. Also, Keyword Hero adds new and great dimensions.
Keyword Hero data has a latency of three days, so it’s three days behind, make sure to take that into account. So when looking at the Keyword Hero data of today () you really see the data of .
Keyword Hero relies on a number of data sources to match the keywords to your session. Some of these data sources come with a lag of up to three days. So, today () you really see the data of .
Keyword Hero doesn’t transmit any cookie information, so GA thinks that each session is a new user. So please compare sessions and not users!
This is the best way to see your data for Keyword Hero users for GA3 and GA4.
Alternatively, in GA3, you can also:
- Go to your Google Analytics account.
- Select the Keyword Hero property (click on the GA logo in the top left and select Keyword Hero – your domain).
- Go to Acquisition > Overview > Organic Search.
- Choose today and a day or two as the time frame.
No, please don’t. The Search Console should stay connected to your original account.
Keyword Hero uses the last non-direct click attribution model. This is also the default attribution model used by Google for Universal Analytics (GA3).
There are a couple of things you can do, to help Keyword Hero match your data better:
Do you have both an HTTP and HTTPS property of the Search Console? Make sure that both are in the Search Console account that Keyword Hero has access to and select them in step 2 of the set-up. (Go here, click on the gear icon next to the domain and select “change settings”, then go to step 2).
For GA3 accounts, you can also switch the attribution model to ast click attribution (Go here, click on the gear icon next to the domain and select “Use last click attribution”).
A clean setup of Google Analytics has a big impact on the matching rate of the Keyword Hero. Improve your account’s quality by setting up spam filters and make sure your landing pages’ tracking codes work properly.
The match rate will significantly improve over time as we use historic data to train our algorithm. If after four weeks, you’re still below 70% mapped keywords, please reach out to us.
Keyword Hero classifies the keywords that our technology cannot:
(not provided)_bing = unresolved traffic from Bing.
(not provided)_yahoo = unresolved traffic from Yahoo.
(automatic matching) = AdWords information.
(not provided)_subdomain_add_searchconsole = This is traffic to a subdomain. Go to step 2 of the setup process and add Search Consoles for all subdomains that belong to that account.
Goals and conversions
Conversion tracking is only available in paid plans. If you have a paid plan and you still see no conversions, make sure that you have selected the correct Goal or Conversion in step 1 of the setup (Go here, click on the gear icon next to the domain and select “change settings”, then go to step 1, select it above the “Save” button and click “Save”).
You’ll need to setup a unique Keyword Hero project for each Goal you want to analyze your keyword performance.
We don’t want to mess with your main GA account and hence create a new one.
This means that you don’t have edit permissions for the GA account. You can
- Switch accounts (click the button CHANGE ACCOUNT)
- Open a new GA account.
- Get edit permissions on account level ( Go to your Google Analytics account > Admin > User Management).
In 100% of the cases, you have edit permissions on property level, not on account level. However, to create a new property, you need account level permissions. To give it to yourself, please go to your Google Analytics account > Admin > User Management.
Here is a step-by-step tutorial talking about you best set up Keyword Hero.
Don’t worry. GA can’t find the Analytics.js on your website and shows this warning. You don’t have to do anything and it will disappear within a couple of days.
Go to your profile, click on the gear icon next to the domain and select change settings. Now just follow the setup funnel once more. If you still won’t get data the next days, reach out to us email@example.com.
This means you got too much traffic for the free GA account. But don’t worry, follow these steps and you should be fine!