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As part of our ongoing effort to bring more usable data forward for publishers, this week we made additional reporting improvements for your site’s traffic. Located under the Traffic tab, page traffic gives detailed information for your top performing pages in Bing. This includes impression, click, CTR, and Average position. It also provides a list of query terms which have had that page return as a result. These pivots provide webmasters with additional insights to how their sites are performing for a given query. Using the scroll bar below the main graph allows you to fine tune the date range you're viewing, making this data easier to access.
In addition, all summary and backing information are available for export. The date range you highlight on the graph will be what the exported data reflects.
Duane Forrester, on behalf of the Bing Webmaster Team
Loose the blue arrow, please.
Just noticed that feature. Thanks
Is there a way to show more than 4 lines at once under the graph? On my widescreen laptop the gigantic graph takes up most of the page, leaving little room for the list of pages. Get rid of the iframe thing and just have one scrollbar per page.
I've noted it and will forward to the team for consideration. It likely won't be a quick fix, Scott, if/when we can get to your idea. In the meantime, don't forget that you can EXPORT that daya, as well, if you need to look at raw data in more detail at one time. Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts all the same. :)
Hi Duane, I've noticed that the data for 'Traffic' has stopped at Feb 1 for all of my sites. The data for 'Crawl' and 'Index' is up to date though. I'm wondering if the issue could be related to this update?
This update was additive Henso, meaning there is no reason for the data to have stopped because of this update. Is the proper webmaster verification still in place on your site? The one we gave you from the webmaster account?
I'll also suggest you update your profile - tough for folks to offer help if they don't know which site to visit. ;) Totally your option, though, just a suggestion that I've found helps in community forums like this.
Hi, thanks for the comment. There wasn't anything wrong with the sites, just the section of Bing webmaster tools which displays which search queries you have appeared for. It actually updated today, but skipped the data from Feb 1 to Feb 5.
Again, thanks Duane :)
Great to hear data is reappearing. Hopefully it'll all back fill as time goes on. If it happenes again, shout out Henso. :)
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