3 Years Later, Google Still Internally Discussing Giving Webmasters More Search Console Data

Feb 17, 2016 - 7:30 am 5 by

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Zineb from Google said on Twitter that Google is still talking about giving webmasters more than 90-days worth of data in the Google Search Console.

The sad part is that Google has been "talking" about it since 2013 when Matt Cutts said Google will provide one years worth of data. That never happened. Almost exactly a year ago today, John Mueller implied we may see a years worth of data happen in 2015. 2015 came and past, along with Penguin and still no more than 90-days worth of data.

So do you think we will ever be given more than 90-days of data directly in the Google Search Console?

Forum discussion at Twitter.


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