Since 2011 Google has been steadily expanding its policy of withholding keyword data for organic search. This means that website owners and professionals have limited access to the keywords used to find their sites. This is why you might have noticed “Keywords Unavailable” in your StatCounter reports.
In an effort to ensure Statcounter members have efficient, streamlined access to all available keyword data, Statcounter have integrated Google Webmaster Tools (GWT) keyword data into its reporting. This means that members don’t have to stress themselves separately accessing GWT, downloading the data,
merging with other keyword reports and attempting to analyze the combined information.
The new feature is designed to access whatever keyword intelligence is available and provide this under one roof. Website owners only have to link their StatCounter account with GWT once and then they can leave the reporting to Statcounter to sort out.
GWT provides an aggregated list of the top 2,000 search queries that drove traffic to a site for the previous 90 days. StatCounter can now integrate this data into its reporting interface. 90 days of data can be stored within free StatCounter accounts. Upgraded accounts can retain five years of data for future reference
A step by step guide to setting this up is available on the StatCounter blog at: http://blog.statcounter.com/2014/07/google-keyword-problem/
Have you imported yours?