What you can do with Google Search Console Source
Optimize your search appearance and increase organic traffic to your website
Review your index coverage to ensure Google has the freshest view of your site
Receive e-mail alerts for issues identified on your site. Identify which URLs are affected by these issues and tell Google when you've fixed them
Get detailed crawl, index, and serving information about your pages, directly from the Google index using the URL Inspection Tool
Monitor, test, and track your AMP pages and display your structured data as rich results.
How to set up Google Search Console Source Integration?
It's effortless! Use our step-by-step guide for setting up Google Search Console as a source in RudderStack.
Send Customer Event Data from Google Search Console to RudderStack Securely
Integrating Google Search Console with RudderStack is effortless and takes just a few minutes. Once you configure Google Search Console, RudderStack automatically ingests your specified Search Console data. You can route this rich data to your data warehouse or any other third-party destinations supported in RudderStack.
By Adding Google Search Console as a Source in the RudderStack Dashboard, you can:
- Ingest raw data from Search Console and share with your favorite data warehouses or third-party destinations
- Schedule data import from your Google Search Console account to RudderStack
- Import historical data from any specified date during initial synchronization
How can we help you?
Google Search Console is a powerful SEO tool available for free. However, people use it mostly to check vanity metrics like clicks and impressions.
Google Search Console is Google's free service that helps you monitor, maintain, and troubleshoot your site's presence in the Google Search results. A few Google Search Console features include, it displays sites that link to your website; sends alerts when Google encounters indexing, spam, or other issues on your site; troubleshoots issues for AMP, mobile usability, and other search features.
Google Search Console collects the following: Impressions - the number of times any URL from your site appeared in search results viewed by a user), Clicks - the number of clicks on your website URLs from a Google search results page Average position - the average ranking of your website URLs for the query or queries CTR (Click-through rate)