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WP Google Search Query Widget Wordpress Plugin

April 14, 2010 14:57 This Plugin implements an easy configurable Widget which can display your top Google search querys (Keywords) and link it to your internal search like a tag cloud. You can use its default font sizes or override them by the classes that are applied. It is recommended to have APC installed to cache the Google API requests but its not necessary. It is written and currently maintained by Johannes Lauter and uses the Google Analytics API PHP Class from Chris Hope.

Installation

Upload the Directory 'wp-gquery-widget' directory in your Plugin directory. Fill out your Google Analytics Account Data. Select your Project and fill out the necessary Options in the back-end and that's all.

For those with Sidebar Widget compatible theme

Simply at the Widget in your Design > Widget Menu.

For those without Sidebar Widge

Open your themes' `sidebar.php` file if you have one and add `<?php wp_gquery_widget::widget(); ?> You can download it here  :) or visit the WP Plugin Page.
HannesJanuary 23, 2012 08:31 Hey Will, the setting is used to determine how many "levels" of differentiation should be used for the output, for example, if set it to two, the keywords will appear only in 2 different font sizes, and so forth.
WillJanuary 23, 2012 02:53 Could you elaborate on what the default options should be? Most importantly the font size levels is unclear to me.
rehberSeptember 9, 2011 03:07 thanks for useful plugin.
seoJune 17, 2011 08:53 Nice! I was looking for a plugin with that exact functionality. Thanks for pointing it out.
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