Use Google Analytics to Track Results

Use Google Analytics to Track Results

Taken from the post @ http://moz.com/blog/google-author-photos  

In the Search Engine Optimization report in Google Analytics, you can track click-through rates for all of your impressions in Google’s search results. Simply select CTR from the site usage drop-down. You can even use the “Compare to past” feature to compare 2 date ranges.

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