1. Login to Google Analytics
  2. Once logged in, select Acquisition from the left sidebar.
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  3. In the expanded menu, select All Traffic.
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  4. Under the expanded All Traffic menu, select Channels
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  5. Now, you’ll see some new data in the right pane of your screen, showing you your site’s traffic channels. Click on the channel labeled Organic Search.
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  6. On the resulting screen, click Source near the top of the page.
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  7. Finally, the search engines that people used to find your site will show in the right pane. If you look just to the right of the search engine name, you’ll see how many visits you received from that search engine, along with the percentage of your search engine traffic that each source represents.
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