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Canonical tags should be used on pages that have the exact, or very similar content. They are used to tell Google you realise you have two duplicate pages, but only count one. You shouldn't use them on pages where you are just trying to shift over relevancy, if they don't have very similar content, the tag may be ignored altogether.
The purpose of the canonical tag is to prevent that search engines consider the same page as two separate pages when using different URLS. For example: www.mysite.com/page/?ref=ad_platform1 www.mysite.com/page/?ref=ad_platform2 The ref parameter is used for analytics only. Without a canonical tag this could cause the search engine to to distribute ...
Have you tried: 1) Behavior -> Site Content -> Landing Page 2) Choose Keyword as you Secondary Dimension 3) Click on Advanced Filter 4) Select Include -> Landing Page -> Contains -> [enter your landing page url] This should pull up the landing page with all of the keywords if there are any. You might not see them all since a lot of keywords now a days ...
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