Normally when a user searches on your site, their query can be found in the URL. For example, if yousearch on, you will see your search query followed by ‘q=’. Therefore, Google’s queryparameter would be ‘q.’ See example below:


In the example above, the query parameter is ‘q,’ and the query was ‘Google Analytics.’ If your site uses categories, then the same principle above applies. You can also contact your webmaster toidentify the query parameter for your site.

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