|By PR Newswire||
|February 28, 2014 03:01 AM EST||
LONDON, February 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Ever wondered if you were getting the full picture from Google Webmaster Tools? Zeta undertook a comparative study to discover just how much data Webmaster Tools provides us with.
With the vast array of Analytics tools now available to today's marketers and business owners, sometimes we can be spoilt for choice. But which Analytics tool truly provides us with the greatest amount of data?
At Zeta, we have vast experience working with a variety of search analytics tools such as Open Site Explorer, MajesticSEO, Google Webmaster Tools and, of course, Google Analytics. We wanted to find out the levels of discrepancy in data between all of these tools. Which one was withholding data, which offered the most useful information and which provided us with the most statistics.
To read about the findings of our study, click this link: http://www.zeta.net/how-much-data-do-we-actually-see-in-google-webmaster-tools/
Whilst the pilot study has been completed, we continue to gather data so we can develop a better picture of the efficiencies of Google Webmaster Tools.
If you would like to share your data for the purpose of our study, follow this link to our public Google spreadsheet and anonymously contribute your statistics. https://docs.google.com/a/zeta.net/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AgtwUjoxwJuadERXUUJjcGRMbHpXSmtqNlJTdkFhR0E&usp=sharing#gid=0
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