Bing Added To Google Analytics Reports

Jun 8, 2009 - 7:59 am 8 by
Filed Under Web Analytics

A week later, Google added Microsoft's new search engine, Bing, to Google Analytics. Last week we reported that webmasters were frustrated that Bing was not available in the search engine referral reports within the free Google Analytics immediately.

It seems like a week later, Google finally added Bing support. Sometime over the weekend, looks like possibly on Saturday night, Google added the Bing support.

If you now go to Google Analytics and click on the traffic sources and then search engines, you should be able to see the keyword referrals Bing sent you since June 5th, Friday.

If I compare June 5, 6, and 7th, Bing sent me 0.39% of my search engine traffic. How about you?

Forum discussion at Google Analytics Help.

 

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