Connect Google Search Console to Google Data Studio with

Directly connect Google Search Console to Google Data Studio, in minutes, and in an easy-to-use format.

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In just a few clicks, integrates all of your marketing data. Simply select and authenticate the connectors you want to use. You don’t even need to write a single line of code to connect your data. You can blend and visualize your marketing data in your preferred reporting platform after a few minutes of setup.

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Use all your data where and when you need it.

We make sure that all the data we integrate is fresh and accessible to marketers, whenever they want. You can push your data from to a variety of data destinations, including cloud storage services (Google BigQuery, Amazon S3, Azure, Snowflake), data visualization tools (Google Data Studio, Power BI, Tableau), and spreadsheets (Excel, Google Sheets).

About Google Search Console

Formerly called Google Webmaster Tools, Google Search Console is a free web service provided by Google for website owners to gain insights into their website’s visibility and optimize its organic presence in Google Search results. Google Search Console allows users to check their website’s search performance, submit sitemaps, and check for crawl errors, among other things. Additionally, it also gives you the ability to submit URLs for crawling, and check the indexed URLs, which can be useful for troubleshooting and monitoring.


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About Google Data Studio

Looker Studio or formerly known as Google Data Studio is a data visualization platform that helps businesses convert data into customizable informative reports and dashboards. It provides a simple and intuitive interface for users to create interactive reports and visualizations with their data. Data analysis using Google Data Studio provides businesses with valuable information that they can use to make informed decisions about their operations.


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Why integrate Google Search Console with Google Data Studio?

  • Google Data Studio allows you to create interactive dashboards that can help you identify patterns and trends in your website’s search performance and understand which pages and keywords are most valuable to your business.


  • Integrating Google Search Console with Google Data Studio allows you to combine data from multiple sources such as Google Analytics, and Google Ads that can help you track how your paid search campaigns are impacting your organic search traffic.


  • Google Data Studio enables you to create customized reports to monitor your search performance and focus on the metrics that are most important to you, such as clicks, search impressions, and average position which helps you in determining the impact of your marketing efforts on website traffic and identifying areas for improvement.


  • You can easily visualize your data in a variety of ways by connecting Google Search Console and Google Data Studio, allowing you to make informed decisions about how to best optimize your website to increase traffic and improve search engine rankings quickly and effectively.


  • Google Data Studio enables you to share reports with others and access them from anywhere, which is useful for collaborating with team members or clients and assessing your SEO performance as a team.

About Google Search Console Google Data Studio Connector

The Google Search Console Google Data Studio Connector pulls Metrics and Dimensions for Google Search Console. The Insights are retrieved at a search query level.


Once the user successfully logs into the connector he can then choose the metrics and dimensions he is interested to create a report on.


To set up the connector, the user should have:

How to connect Google Search Console to Google Data Studio?

Select the fields on the right to later use in your data source. For example, you can include metrics such as Average Position, Impressions, or Clicks.

select fields on the right

Go to “Select Destination” and choose Google Data Studio.

Once done, select “connect” and authorize access to your data source. Google Search Console Google Data Studio connector All your marketing data in one place

Power up your marketing performance with result-driven marketing solutions

  • Connect all your marketing, CRM, and analytics data from 50+ platforms and stream it to any spreadsheet tool, BI platform, or data warehouse.
  • The setup is done in minutes. No coding is required.
  • Currently, we support more than 3000 dimensions and metrics.
  • See the value and return on every marketing touchpoint.
  • Our marketing attribution software platform provides marketers with a 15-44% increase in marketing ROI.

Google Data Studio Templates for Google Search Console

Do you plan to connect and visualize Google Search Console data in Google Data Studio?

These free and customizable Google Data Studio Google Search Console templates will assist you in visualizing your data for easy reporting and analysis.

Google Data Studio Tutorials for Google Search Console

Would you like to take your Google Data Studio Google Search Console dashboards to the next level?

Here are some of our favorite tutorials to help you:

Available Google Search Console Metrics and Dimensions

Account IDTEXTThe Site
Account NameTEXTThe Site
AnchorTEXTAnchor of the Page, e.g. if site is then this is 'anchor1'
Branded vs Non-BrandedTEXTThe value is "branded" if the domain name is included in the search query, otherwise it's "nonbranded"
ClicksNUMERICThe Number of Clicks
Country NameCOUNTRYCountry Name
Country NameTEXTThe Country Name
CTRPERCENTThe Click Through Rate
DateDATEThe Date
DeviceTEXTThe Device Used for the Search
ErrorsNUMERICNumber of errors in the sitemap
HostnameTEXTThe domain name of the Page
ImpressionsNUMERICThe Number of Impressions
IndexedNUMERICThe number of indexed URLs from the sitemap
Is sitemaps indexBOOLEANIf true, the sitemap is a collection of sitemaps
Last downloadedDATEDate and time in which this sitemap was last downloaded
Last submittedDATEDate and time in which this sitemap was submitted
PageTEXTThe Page
Page PathTEXTFull path of the Page, excluding the Protocol and Hostname
PathTEXTThe url of the sitemap
pagePathlevel1TEXTTop-level Directory Path of the Page, e.g. if site is then pathlevel1 is 'a'
pagePathlevel2TEXT2nd level Directory Path of the Page, e.g. if site is then pathlevel2 is 'a/b'
pagePathlevel3TEXT3rd level Directory Path of the Page, e.g. if site is then pathlevel3 is 'a/b/c'
pagePathlevel4TEXT4th level Directory Path of the Page, e.g. if site is then pathlevel4 is 'a/b/c'
PositionNUMERICThe Average Position
Average SERP positionNUMERICThe average page number in the Google search results
ProtocolTEXT"http" or "https"
TEXTThe Search Query
Query paramsTEXTQuery parameters of the Page, e.g. if site is then this is 'a=b'
TEXTHow the site appears in the search results
TEXTnews, image, video or web, fetching this field could impact the time needed to get response
SiteTEXTThe Site
SubmittedNUMERICThe number of submitted URLs in the sitemap
WarningsNUMERICNumber of warnings for the sitemap
Words in QueryNUMERICThe number of words in the query