How to Get the Data You Need from Google’s Search Analytics API - YouMoz - Moz: "When Google launched secure search in October 2011, we all had to learn how to deal with the “Not Provided” in our analytics reports.
My preferred approach to deal with "Not Provided" was getting the data from Webmaster tools (now Google Search Console) was to use the bookmarklet from Lunametrics.
Unfortunately, on September 1, 2015, Google retired the original Webmaster tools report, rendering Lunametrics' bookmarklet useless. It’s no longer possible to get the combined data in the same fashion.
The good news is that two weeks prior retiring the original Webmaster report, Google launched the Search Analytics API, which allows you to query the data from Search Console directly. Combining this data with data from the Analytics API allows you to generate detailed ranking reports for a big part of your keywords and all your landing pages
The only downside is that you'll have to perform some technical work in order to run the reports. Don’t let the technical work scare you, though. If you have ever installed a program on your computer, you should be able to pull this off."
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