We want to see landing pages that came from organic searches, so first we need to add to this dataset the parameter “Medium” which is how Analytics identifies channels. To do this, use the drop down above the table of data and locate the option for “Medium”. The table below should refresh and now you will have a second column of data showing the channel for each landing page.
You can give it a try. Sorry, dont know Organic search and dont want to get into it. Its a different beast altogether. My friend was a SEO specialist and after all the animal updates on SEO, his earnings fell by about 70% in the last 6 months. I invested my own money for a share of 30% in his revenues to prove to him that paid marketing does work and is profitable. We saw a 725% increase in traffic (after starting paid marketing from June 2015) compared to the traffic of April-May. I dont contradict your point of SEO, but I dont know it and find it difficult to understand as its very complicated.
To give you an idea of just how much money is being spent on paid search, take a look at Google. Google's AdWords program is the most used pay-per-click (PPC) advertising program available today. While the tech giant owns YouTube and Android, among hundreds of other profitable brands, AdWords accounts for roughly 70% of their revenue -- which speaks wonders for its effectiveness.
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