It’s been really positive to see how quickly Google Search Console has been changing since the launch of the new version.
However, with all of these developments, it’s important not to put too much focus on working with Search Console data in its native user interface.
To get the most out of Search Console, particularly Performance data, we need to:
Extract parts of this rich data source. Visualize it in compelling dashboards that surface organic insights quickly so that we can tell persuasive stories to clients, management and other stakeholders.
I’m going to show you how to get more out of Search Console data by using it in combination with Google Data Studio.
By building custom Search Console dashboards you will be able to:
Save a shed load of time by surfacing organic issues, fluctuations, and insights faster. Ditch your boring reports and share compelling visualizations that influence and persuade. The Setup
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you’ll have at least some awareness of Google Data Studio and what it’s about.
If you want to learn more about using Google Data Studio, there are some great guides out there so I won’t be delving into that here.