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Google search console (GSC) is a free tool offered by Google that can help us a lot to get a better ranking in SERPs if we prefer to check Reports given by GSC.
All the reports allow us to improve your website for better performance. But some of the reports are very important. Because if you don’t check them, you can even lose your website ranking from SERPs.
So in today’s article, I’m going to share 4 Search Console Reports you should look at.
1. Performance Report
The performance report is similar to the Search Analytics report. The report allows you to see clicks, impressions, CTR, and average position for 16 months.
It also allows you to filter search results by web, image, or video and segment by query, page, country, or device type:
- Queries: the keywords with which users have reached your website, with the number of clicks, impressions, CTR, and position of each of them.
- Pages: the pages of your website they have visited, with the same data as the previous case.
- Countries: Where your visitors are coming from and the country’s performance data.
- Devices: here, you can find the information separated by computers, mobiles, and tablets.
- Search Engine Appearance: Results in this section are categorized into “AMP Non-Rich Results,” “AMP Article,” “Videos,” and “Light Web Results.”
- Dates: all data day by day.
This data can also be available soon through the Search Console API.
2. Coverage Report
The Index Coverage Status report is similar to the Indexing Status report: It shows web admins how well Google is indexing their sites.
Correctly lists indexed URLs and warnings and explanations of why Google is not indexing some URLs.
The report shows changes over time and improvements in the site’s indexing over a given period. Clicking on any error URL will display links to diagnostic tools and a way to resubmit the URL for re-indexing. Furthermore, the data can also be exported for further analysis.
3. AMP Report
The AMP Status Report will display errors and warnings for AMP URLs. It shows which links have problems, diagnoses the problem itself, and allows you to fix and test whether the new AMP URL is valid.
With the AMP status report, you can fix errors that prevent your AMP pages from appearing in SERPs with AMP-specific features.
To see issue details in depth, just click on the issue. It will show you everything about the issue, information about how to fix it, and a process to notify Google about your fixes.
In the experience section, you can see reports of your website’s positive or negative user experience.
For its elaboration, the Google Search Console considers factors such as the Core Web Vitals, the web page’s loading speed, or whether it loads correctly on mobile devices.
In the experience section, you can get reports for:
- Page Experience
- Core Web Vitals
- Mobile Usability
Mobile usability reports matter a lot since most of the queries are hit from Mobile devices.
Mobile Usability report tells us if it has detected mobile usability errors that may be affecting our traffic from mobile devices and our positioning for mobile searches.
If there is a problem, it will tell us which page the problem is located on to fix it.
These mobile usability problems can be:
- Viewport not configured
- Fixed Width Viewport
- Content does not fit the viewport
- Font size is too small
- Touch elements too close together
As you have seen some critical reports, you should check them out definitely.
It has a lot of complete reports at your disposal: performance, coverage, experience, improvements… and it is always aware of any anomaly so that you can solve it.
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I hope the article is helpful and informative. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to leave a comment below.