Google Search Console
updated 2 months ago
Google Search Console helps you measure your site's Search traffic and performance, fix issues, and make your site shine in Google Search results.
Let's see how can you integrate Google Search Console to Stackby.
In this article, we will see the following:
How to integrate Google Search Console
Integration of Google Search Console to Stackby is very easy just follow these simple steps.
Step 1: Log in to Stackby.com and then Goto Integrations tab
Step 2: Select the Workspace to which you want to connect Google Search Console
Step 3: Click on Add your API Key and authorize your Google Search console account
Step 4: Name you Connection
Step 5: Once the account is connected, click Save.
Now that you have set up the integration, here is how you bring Google Search Console data:
- Create a stack in the Workspace or go to the stack, and keep the first column or any column as the reference (here it will be the String).
- In the second column, connect to the Google Search Console and rename the column, select "API" as the column property, and choose Google Search Console as the API, and Select an API from your Account, and within that Select a Service and then Select the reference column as required. There, you have now integrated your API with a column.
- Add in the string in the first/primary column, click on the refresh arrow and the API will work on the stack. The data will start filling in the consecutive columns (decide which data you want to access by selecting it from our data explorer). Make sure you change the column names and property beforehand; repeat with other columns.
Note: You can add filters in cells like
Device: Mobile, Country: USA in the same cell and separate dimensions by comma
And these filters can be referenced in the input columns to just bring that relevant filtered information.
This is how it will look -
Available API Functions
Search analytics from the website Get search traffic and cost of url Reference Input column: Website URL, Start and end date, dimensions (device, country | country:IND ) Output: Rich search analytics (clicks, impressions, CTR, position etc.)