Google Search Console stats are now showing up in search results when users look up a keyword that their site ranks for. It is worth mentioning that the stats are only visible when logged in with the Google account that is used to manage your Google Search Console.
Google hasn’t officially announced anything about this feature and it may well just be in testing right now. But if you want to see how your site ranks for a particular keyword, just enter the search term into the Google search bar.
Google will show the data as “Your Site on Google” and the feature can be found directly below the sponsored positions. The stats related to the search query include:
- Average ranking position
- Number of impressions for the search query
- Number of clicks your site has received when users search for that query
The above stats are for the past 28 days and also includes a comparison to the previous 28 days. At present it looks likes results are only displayed when a significant amount of data exists for the search query. The teeam at Boss Digital have tried several different search queries, but it seems like some results do not show up if your site does not rank on the first page or has received a limited amount of impressions.
Why not check out this feature yourself by entering a keyword your site ranks for into the Google search bar. Just ensure that you are logged into your Google Search Console account.