Google: Separate Out Data In Search Console For www/non-www/http/https?

Mar 28, 2017 • 7:46 am | comments (2) by twitter | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

So last year, Google gave us a way to combine data into sets within Google Search Console. So if you have verified a www, non-www, https, non-https, apps, etc - you can combine them all into a single set and get aggregate data for all of them in one Google Search Console profile.

Now, Google's John Mueller is asking on Twitter if you want to do the opposite. John asked, "apart from moves, do you ever want to separate out data for www/non-www/http/https in SC?"

Here is the tweet:

It is interesting because the response is pretty split. A lot of people saying yes, they want this and a lot of people saying no, they do not want this.

Truth is, I suspect it is more logical for a new webmaster to be able to break it out later versus having to combine them to get aggregate data. Most webmasters don't think to set up a profile for www/non-www/http/https etc.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

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