Ah, writing a blog post! This is a pleasure I was forgetting, and you can guess it looking at last post date of publication: it was around january... you may be wondering: what have you done along this long time? Well, quite a lot indeed: changed my job ( I am now working @ Intesa Sanpaolo Banking Group on Basel III statistical models) became dad for the third time (and if you are guessing, it’s a boy!
If you have a blog you may want to discover how your website is performing for given keywords on Google Search Engine. As we all know, this topic is not a trivial one. Problem is that the analogycal solution would be quite time-consuming, requiring you to search your website for every single keyword, on many many pages. Feeling this way? [caption id=“attachment_273” align=“aligncenter” width=“300”] “Pain and fear, pain and fear for me” - Oliver Twist[/caption]
This simple tutorial will show you how to download data into an excel spreadsheet, creating a web query. Download data into excel select ”data” tab select ”from web” input the desidered web URL click ”go” button **select **data you want to download click ”import” button Refresh downloaded data select ”data” tab select “connections” select your connection click “refresh” button