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Correlations for paid and organic search engines.

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Correlations not only for "search engine" but separately for organic and for paid search engines would be nice!

 

Example: It would be possible to correlate pages with org. search engines.

This would be helpful to analyze organic traffic over a specific date range.

 

Don't you need this too?

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Check out https://github.com/msukmanowsky/omniture-trafficorganizer/wiki/_pages Smiley Happy I think you'll find that it solves a lot of what you're looking for.

 

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This is available in SiteCatalyst 15. You can breakdown paid or natural search engines & keywords by each other, by pages, or by other dimensions.