Google Search Console Beta Launch Should Give Us A Years Worth Of Data

Oct 27, 2017 - 7:54 am 2 by

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Google has been promising more than 90 days worth of data in the Google Search Console, formerly Webmaster Tools, since 2013 and they have been teasing us with it over and over again since.

At SMX East, I pressed Gary Illyes about it and he said he would like to see the new longer termed stored data to go live with the released of the new Google Search Console. He didn't want to give timelines on anything at SMX East but he said he thinks we would get the year worth of data when the beta is finally launched.

When is the beta going to be launched? I don't think even Google knows.

John Mueller hinted at this some time back and then Gary also said it was coming recently.

Gary has now somewhat confirmed those suspicious that the new longer termed data will come with the beta release.

Here is a tweet from the conference:

Forum discussion at Twitter.


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