The Google Search Console dashboard offers a wide range of tools that help in viewing, analyzing, and optimizing your search engine performance. The tools are divided into three sections.
The Google Search Console dashboard is a tool that provides insights into how Google search is impacting your website. It helps in understanding where various keywords are coming from and what key metrics affect the results you get.
1) Go to your property's settings and open the user list page (Settings > Users and Permissions).
2) Select Manage property owners from the menu option next to any user's name.
3) Select the Search Console property you want to learn more about.
The Google Search Console dashboard can assist you in increasing your website's organic search presence. You may use this to learn more about search query data and make modifications to your website to boost your organic search exposure.
With Google Search Console Dashboard, you can get insights into your website’s performance, from traffic and rankings data to website errors and user experience metrics. This tool can be used effectively to provide important details about how your website is performing in different areas. It collects information from all the aspects of your website - digital marketing channels (SEO), traffic data for your site and digital advertising campaigns (AdWords).
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