Google Wants To Know What Tools You Use To Track Your Mobile Search Performance

Mar 10, 2015 - 7:45 am 2 by
Filed Under Web Analytics

mobile seo iconGoogle's Gary Illyes posted in Google+ a question asking webmasters and SEOs which tools they use to track their mobile search performance.

Gary wrote:

Quick question: What tool(s) are you using to track how your website is performing in mobile search?

The obvious answers would be both Google Webmaster Tools and Google Analytics, although Google Analytics greatly limits your ability to track search traffic.

Here are some of the other answers posted in the thread:

  • Google Webmaster Tools
  • Google page speed tool
  • Google mobile friendly tool
  • Feedthebot
  • SearchMetrics
  • Google Analytics
  • Adobe Analytics
  • Conductor
What tools do you use?

Forum discussion at Google+.


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