See The New Search Impact Reports In Google Webmaster Tools Over Here

Feb 12, 2015 • 8:19 am | comments (41) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

Google Webmaster ToolsAs we covered, Google promised to test a new alpha version of the search queries report and that has now been released to the first set of alpha/beta testers this morning.

Google said this new report will be changing drastically over the testing period but I wanted to show you the reporting features in the report they named "Search Impact."

The Search Impact report shows you a breakdown your clicks and position metrics by one of these six dimensions: date, popular queries, top pages, leading countries, user device and Google Search property. In addition, you can filter and compare across these dimensions. The Google Search property dimension did not work for me, but heck, it is in Alpha.

Let me share screen shots (click on them to enlarge) of the reports, keep in mind, early testing and the data and reports can be inaccurate:

By Date:

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Date Comparison:

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By Queries:

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By Pages:

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By Countries:

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Country Filter Option:

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By Device:

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By Web Property:

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Note, you can drill into each line by clicking on them to filter the report specifically by the query, page, country, device and so on.

This is still an early alpha and those who see this are expected to contribute feedback to Google based on having early access.

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