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Score 8 out of 10
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The company wanted to rank highly on google searches for fashion blogs which prompted us to sort after a powerful SEO. We also needed to pull more traffic to our websites, It was then than we engaged Google search console to improve our landing pages ranking. We are now utilizing it to generate a breakdown of our blogs and websites performance
  • Reports detail accurately of the current performance
  • It is capable of sampling out SEO issues to improve your ranking.
  • It constantly tracks search results
  • I find it hard to recrawl URLs using the inspection tool.
  • Reports highlight so much data making it hard to follow up during analysis.
First of all, it is very friendly to new users and you can easily scale up your marketing. Google search console is a smart way to monitor the interaction of your websites with the search engine, at the same time feeding you with valuable SEO insights. As you make adjustments to your websites or implement new strategies, google search console highlights how the peaks of your traffic fairs on.
Md Sarwar | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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This is a great tool for SEO practitioners, webmasters, and technical staff to keep an eye on the performance of a site and improve the quality of its search results. With the Google Search Console tool, you can check if your site is indexed, the position of a particular keyword, and top performance search terms in Google. You can also check the most important factors for the page ranking of your website and fix them.
  • Performance by queries, pages, and countries is very useful
  • Removals of any URLs from indexing is very simple
  • Queries position determination features, I like it
  • Maybe indexing request not work sometimes
  • Mush-have keyword tracking feature
  • Missing real time performance of search traffic
This free tool is really useful for me because I have many websites and I need to check the performance of blog posts like queries, impressions, positions, and related keywords to improve the same article or will write a new one. I dislike performance updates that are always delayed by 2-3 days.
Junaid Poolayil | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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when we developed oue new website called, its not automatically indexed in google search, that time i found the solution that is google search Console, and then my staffs and partners are using the console always for optimizing and getting more search traffic in our website ultimately google search console help us to index and optimize search in google search
  • Search engine Index
  • Search optimization
  • Showing the Index Status
  • Confusing Protocol for keywords search
  • data sampled getting slowly
  • No other Cons
When we think to start a online website then we should think about the google search console, because now-days without google we cannot do nothing, indexing and ranking is very important to all website owners and developers, google search console needed from the staring from to end, and their service and support is much appreciated
Eric Serdar | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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We use Google Search Console to help us monitor our search visibility on Google. This tool helps us see what search enhancements (job postings, featured snippets, rich results, etc.) are showing up on Google. It also helps us know what pages are being indexed and which ones have errors associated with them.
  • Keywords
  • Impressions/clicks
  • Rich results
  • Data is inconsistent from Google Trends & Analytics.
Google Search Console is the foundation for any website that you want to show up on Google. Having this helps you see what links your site is getting, clicks, impressions, keywords you're ranking for, any rich results you're ranking for, and the page experience for users.
Erin Harris | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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I use the Google Search Console for every single website that I manage. As part of initial website development plans, the Google Search Console is a default setup task along with Google Analytics.

I find this an important piece that ties to Google Analytics to monitor traffic, specifically search traffic so we know what keywords are working and what users are searching for.
  • Providing Search Terms for what real people are searching for
  • Providing Appearance Rankings for where my websites appear in search results
  • Providing what problems may exist with indexing sites
  • Does not accept .html formatted xml sitemaps.
  • I don't think indexing is always complete for websites I've submitted
I manage eight websites which are implementing the Google Search Console as a tool for keywords, analytics and SEO. Understanding the traffic information that this tool provides, helps me adjust SEO and plan ads.

Some of my websites have many pages so it's great to see how the individual pages appear in search results (ranking). This is important because every site owner wants their pages to appear in that magic number one spot and often don't understand that not everyone can be #1. Being able to see the keywords that people are using to get the results that they do.

For some of my site owners, they get it once they can see the data. Others need more help.
Fernanda Ministerio | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Using Google as a search engine is practically mandatory for all companies. Over 90% of searches are done on Google, and then
a website may have problems. These problems can hinder the placement of the page in Google Search and this is a disadvantage because it is the biggest search engine in the world. Our pages and our website should have a good return from Google searches, so monitoring our visibility and audience is very important.
  • Monitor, maintain, and troubleshoot your site's presence in Google Search results.
  • Helps you understand and improve how Google views your site.
  • Fix new or updated content indexing issues.
  • Some features only work well in conjunction with other Google tools such as Google Analytics, Google Trends and Google Ads.
  • It's is a bit hard to use.
  • Sometimes it does not give the answers or the specific searches.
It is a free tool to get valuable information about general information about a website. The Google Search Console (formerly Google Webmaster Tools) is a kind of cockpit – a place where Google helps website owners better understand what's happening on their website and everything around it. More than that, it's an essential tool that can help you create the best possible strategy to promote your website and increase your visitors and traffic. It is appropriate for any company.
Kelly Michael Skelton | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Google Search Console is being used by our Marketing and Technology apartment to understand how customers find us organically on Google (search engine) and more importantly, what they don't find us by searching. For high ranking content, we can also find what articles are suggested by Google and how much traffic that brings us.
  • Search Engine Terms Visualization
  • Ability to sort based on times/pages
  • Difficult to understand HOW to make improvements
  • Lack of suggestion for rating terms you want to rank for but don't
Google Search Console is helpful to understand what terms customers search for and click onto your website from. However, it's not helpful if you're looking for deep competitive insight on search terms people are using and how that impacts your website.
Score 10 out of 10
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The Google Search Console dashboard provides easy access to crucial reports which identify organic search rankings for specific keywords and pages. It also helps to identify potential problems, such as slow pages, lack of responsive design and broken pages. This is the only truly reliable source of data for performance in Google's organic search - from search impressions to a breakdown of countries where search users come from. This allows a site owner to better optimize their site's content and structure to improve organic rankings, and increase click-thru rates.
  • Easy-to-read graphs and reports
  • Supports multiple sites/domains
  • Free to use
  • Easy to setup (especially in conjunction with Google Analytics)
  • Easily identify best performing pages on a site
  • Doesn't show ALL backlinks to each page - only a selection
  • Mobile usability errors are sometimes inaccurate - giving a false positive
  • Data is delayed by a few days
This is an essential tool for every website owner/manager. It's crucial to understand your site's performance in Google's organic search, and there's no more reliable source than directly from Google itself. Unlike other competing tools which might use estimates, this data is 100% verified. At the very least, you can keep track of your organic rankings, and then take things to the next level and drill down to identify under-performing pages which could result in a significant boost to your traffic with small, simple changes.

There are few cases where this type of tool isn't useful - such as for managers of internal websites and intranets - anywhere where organic search is not a factor.
Andrea Hester | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Google Search Console is considered an essential tool for all our web development clients, as it provides the most accurate information on how Google's search engine is analyzing their website. It's a good way to continually monitor performance, and we use it as one of the starting places to look for areas for performance improvement.
  • Provides ongoing monitoring of website performance.
  • Identifies potential issues that could impact a website's SEO.
  • Convenient dashboard format of information.
  • Not user-friendly for non-technical individuals or people with more basic SEO knowledge.
  • Doesn't always provide specific examples of errors identified.
Google Search console is an essential tool for web developers and SEOs, but it's less useful for individuals without technical knowledge or experience. In general, it's a helpful way for website owners to monitor potential issues on their site, but it's best used in collaboration with your web team so you can enlist help in evaluating errors and remediation.
Score 10 out of 10
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We use Google Search Console to get a sense of search terms the market is using. <br>This guides us in our website SEO, producing better copy for the landing page and even coming up with specific sub-pages for different industry customers. <br>We also use Google Search Console's data when we originate keywords for our SEM campaigns.
  • Keyword insight
  • CTR
  • Data takes some time to come thru (at least 2-3 days delay iirc)
Google Search Console is easy to use & set up. Insight is useful so as to sharpen SEO & SEM.
Great for a small team where decisions to pivot can be made quickly.
Useful as part of the larger Google toolset. E.g. we use Google Search Console together with Google Analytics, Google Ads etc. to guide our work
Score 7 out of 10
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We use Google Search Console to understand what are our users searching for before visiting or registering with the website. It also helps us understand if we are showing up for terms where we do not offer a satisfactory user experience.
  • Link review for SEO.
  • Search keywords and performance.
  • Page experience monitoring.
  • No detection dates on the incoming links.
  • Mobile usability suggestions are not always helpful.
  • Security issues are not listed - Just "no issues detected."
Google Search console is great for analysing the incoming links and search traffic. You can easily find out if your website offers good relevance to the search users. It is not very well suited for app user behaviour or cases where the user is redirected to the app.
Oleksandr Torlo | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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I should probably start my review by saying that I have been using this tool for a very long time, at least 8 years. During this time, he helped me solve all the emerging issues of basic search engine optimization. This is simply an indispensable tool at the start and I recommend everyone to master it first, and then more complex ones. Its value cannot be underestimated, as it helps to eliminate mistakes made during optimization.
  • SEO issues detection.
  • See pages as search spider sees.
  • Managing external links.
  • Sometimes it's hard to navigate through the console.
  • Indexing results should have better views.
When you launch a website and in the first weeks of its life, the Google console should be your best friend with whom you can spend Friday evening catching optimization problems. Of course, there are a ton of other tools, but no one has canceled the basic problems and it is better for you to solve them together with the search system.
Score 9 out of 10
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We utilize Google Search Console to analyze the ongoing performance of our client's websites in the Google Search environment. Each of the tools in GSC helps us keep an eye out for potential problems and identify solutions before they become significant business-altering problems. Recent updates have made this tool significantly more streamlined.
  • Analyze basic search engine performance.
  • Identify potential website issues.
  • Track search results and landing pages in a more granular way.
  • The streamlined toolset removed some key tools we used to utilize.
  • It is more difficult to implement re-crawl requests and know when to expect answers.
  • Sharing access with additional users is more challenging.
This free tool from Google lets you get a basic level of insights into how your website is functioning in the organic Google Search environment. You get more information than you might with third-party tools, as all of the information is "straight from the horse's mouth," so to speak.
Score 10 out of 10
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We use it to see how our website is performing with organic search. We can see which keywords we are ranking for and how to improve our SEO strategy.
  • Data on impressions, clicks and average position in Google results.
  • You submit your sitemap and can check for issues.
  • None
It is suited for everyone who has a website who wants to feature on Google.
I have not used their support service.
Lindsay Halsey | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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We use Google Search Console at our search engine marketing agency. It creates a communication channel for our account managers to understand better how Google is crawling, indexing, and displaying our clients' websites on
  • Keyword specific performance data for SEO.
  • Technical SEO feedback including site speed, mobile usability and much more.
  • Some features are still in beta and thus have limited or incomplete data.
  • The coverage report can have overwhelming data that makes it hard to know what is a concern and what is ok.
Google Search Console well suited for business owners, marketing managers, and agencies who want to get started with search engine optimization. Google Search Console is free, powerful, and relatively easy to use.
There is little support around the Google Search Console.
Mike Calabro | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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I often forget that the Google Search Console even exists. When I remember to check it out, it is useful. It gives good recommendations on how to speed up my site, which is less important with the mass adoption of fast internet speeds, but it still helps with mobile users with bad connections.
  • The best way to analyze your google SEO.
  • It helps to find who is linking to your site.
  • The way it shows your sites is a bit confusing. It shows your URL as different sites for "HTTP" and https" It should consider that the same site.
  • This tool could easily be combined with Google Analytics. Currently, it just adds another step to the SEO process.
You need to understand that the Google Search Console is different than Google Analytics and that you really should use both of them together. Google Search Console offers more suggestions on how to improve your SEO. You can't have one without the other. Depending on who hosts your site, the host analytics might be better than what Google Search Console can offer.
I have not used the support for the Google Search Console, but I have had good luck with support on other Google properties.
Score 7 out of 10
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We use Google Search Console to identify potential search engine crawl issues and track keyword searches with Google for our website. The tool gives us some insight into how Google and its users see and access our website.
  • Allows you to directly submit a sitemap to Google for crawling.
  • Shows common search queries used to access site.
  • Recrawling of pages that have suggested improvements is very slow
  • Disavowing non-existent URLS doesn't remove them from the error report
Google Search Console is useful for gaining some insights into how your website is perceived by Google and interacted with by those using their search engine. You can get an idea of what keywords are being searched, who links to your site, and the pages that are receiving traffic. If you're using Google Analytics, you can connect the two to get more detailed information.
As with all Google software, your primary source of help is their forums, their knowledge base articles, or whatever tutorials you can find on the web. Often answers on their forums are not straightforward and may not address the actual issue you're experiencing. The KB articles are typically written like instruction manuals - for better or for worse. Tutorials on the web may vary, but the odds are good someone out there had the same questions as you and was kind enough to document their experience.
Jerry Janes | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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I mostly use it for my clients' SEO needs. There usually is not marketing or other relevant department, so I am responsible. Business problems it addresses are data/website monitoring.
  • The "new" SC's Overview is great for sharing with clients as it's a simplified presentation of different data with graphs.
  • Performance is my turf. It is designed for me at a glance to recognize the peaks and valleys of traffic. Clicks v. Impressions remains something central to SEO and other marketing efforts.
  • This is surely subjective, but as long as I could, I used the old SC but now that I am forced to just use the new, there still is a bit of a learning curve. Again, this is not a fair complaint as in time all will be forgotten, but I really do miss the old version.
  • One thing I do not like is the loss of the Manual URL Submission. I understand why it's been removed, but sometimes I am doing refreshes of pages and want that new version visited and reindexed ASAP rather than have to wait for Google to revisit.
It is excellent for SMBs as well as large companies. I cannot envision any scenario where it would not be appropriate. Perhaps with Mom and Pop businesses, or individuals' websites, not all the available functionality might be useful, but it certainly can't hurt to have the headroom.
I've found their SC customer service difficult to find and slow to respond, if ever. I know this has been by design as Google continues to help users answer their own questions/problems, so I agree with that, but there are still times I need to speak or email with a human.
Frank Watson | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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  • We use to track the pages indexed in Google Search Console through our site map submissions and general crawl. We see what causes some pages from not getting indexed.
  • It also shows insights into links, keywords and page load issues
  • Tracks indexed pages of your website
  • Insights into use of schema
  • Keyword information
  • Could use more details on why pages not indexed
Given there is very little else that can provide these insights, it is necessary to use what is out there. While the Google Search Console does provide insights - there is nowhere else that can get this much - Bing has a few extra items, but it tracks Bing traffic which is much smaller
Never used - but few Google tools have actual reps helping - usually just FAQs and videos.
Ruby Goyal | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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The search console is being used by the marketing team of our company. Its use is limited to the Marketing department for now. It addresses the key problem of finding keywords for our website. Google search console gives you a fair idea and keywords for which your webpages and blog are ranking for. It is crucial for SEO optimization and improves CTR.

  • You can also submit your sitemap directly to Google and get it crawled.
  • You can also index and crawl you updated and new webpages.
  • It also displays errors that are preventing your site pages to get indexed in Google.
  • You get a list of all the keywords for which your site is ranking.
  • You can track its position, CTR and impressions.
  • Sometimes, the average position it shows for a particular webpage is not that accurate.
  • Understanding issues depicted by search console can be difficult at times as they are very technical.
  • It doesn't accept HTML sitemaps.
Search console must be integrated with every website as it is crucial to get a thorough keyword analysis of webpages. It helps in improving your click-through rate and fasten the process of your post getting crawled. Its Robots.txt settings is a bit complicated, hence avoid it if you are not a technical person.
As it is a free tool, you mainly have to rely on their knowledge base and forums. Google has provided in-depth guides and KB for every function of the search console. So, you can refer to it in case of any problem. You can also ask questions on their forums but direct support is not available.
Celia Fisher | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Our entire organization uses Google Search Console to analyze crawl problems with websites. We can use this data to show clients what issues they are facing that may be preventing them from getting as much search traffic as they might be able to were those problems fixed. We can also use it to identify areas of opportunity based on what queries other people are searching to get to the client's website.
  • Detailed insights on search query help us to identify areas of opportunity for clients.
  • Great user interface makes working with GSC a breeze to learn.
  • Ability to access discontinued tools allows us to use GSC our way, even when it's not necessarily what the devs intended.
  • Some specific components can require more in-depth knowledge than may be expected by the average GSC user.
Great for figuring out why people are coming to your website. You can use this data to improve the content you have and drive more traffic, leading to more conversions. Also, great for analyzing potential blocks that might be preventing Google from crawling your site as effectively.

Not so great for seeing detailed info about WHEN people came to your site and what they did there. Switch to Google Analytics for purposes like this. GSC is more for analyzing the "why" than the "how" or "when" or "where."
I have not personally requested support for Google Search Console so I am unfamiliar with how they could help me. I have not had any problems with the tool; it's very user-friendly and reliable in terms of it working regularly and doing what I need it to. However, I feel positive about them being able to help me if I were to actually need it. I believe there are support forums available as well.
Todd Dodge | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Google Seach Console is helping us monitor our Analytics in our sites to help us improve our search engine optimization where Analytics doesn't. Analytics is good for monitoring where people are clicking, where they are located in the world, their demographics, etc, but Google Search Console will help tell us why they are searching for us, what keywords they were using, etc.
  • Search engine optimization.
  • Analyze data.
  • Audience targeting.
  • Implementation,
  • User-friendliness,
  • Ease-of-Use.
Google Search Console help tie Google Analytics and Google Ads together and give you a more complete overall picture of not only your budgeting costs and results from Ads, and the demographic and behavior from Analytics, but also the search engine behavior and trends that neither Ads nor Analytics offers insights to.
Scott Walker | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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As a marketing and web development firm, we utilize Google Search Console to improve and monitor our clients SEO performance. Google Search Console gives search analytics that are vital in tracking and reporting Organic search growth. It also shows which pages could perform better with some SEO changes, especially with metadata. Finally, the Search Console has some other tools, such as Change of Address, URL Inspection, and Robots.txt tester, that are very important to the web development and Search Engine Optimization process.
  • Reporting on Search Performance: monitor, track and research your organic performance over time or compare time frames.
  • Meta Data Testing and monitoring: make sure your product, events, AMP, and other meta tags are properly configured.
  • Monitoring Security and Manual Actions: ensure that Google is not reducing your ranking for security issues or SEO errors.
  • Producing suggestions for SEO improvements: Search Console provides links to resources to help improve the way Google crawls, indexes, and shows your website in search results.
  • Reporting is strong, but could benefit from some additional functionality, such as sorting by % changed.
  • Some functionality is lost in the "New" Search Console, forcing you to revert to the old version to get things done.
  • Because the "Old" version doesn't have the same functions as the "New" one, you're forced to switch back and forth between both platforms to get many things accomplished.
  • Many of the "Warnings" and Suggestions aren't very clear on how to fix the issue, or are vague in their explanation of what is wrong.
To be completely honest, every site owner or digital firm should be monitoring their Google Search Console. As a free service, there's no reason not to monitor it, and the information it provides is pivotal for good SEO and search performance in the modern era. Since most Analytics programs (including Google Analytics) do not provide a full list of keywords, Search Console can offer some additional insight into search performance.
Rohit Langde | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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It is being used by the Marketing and Research Department. Google Search Console mostly helps our Marketing Team to decide where to put our efforts in organic marketing. We use it to track keywords which are getting impressions but lacking on clicks, so we can tweak it on-page to gain more CTR and traffic. Moreover, we get notifications if something goes wrong and might affect our search appearance. Who else can judge your visibility more than Google? Search Console is a platform provided which bridges this gap.
  • 70% of our traffic source is Google and Search Console gives bird eye view of our performance.
  • Keeping track of mishappenings on site related to indexing.
  • Tips and suggestions help improving cross-device visibility.
  • Vital information columns like competition/CPC goes missing in some properties without notice.
  • Severe warnings are sometimes a problem on the bot-crawling part and show nothing on the webmaster's side.
Whether you are targeting search marketing or paid ads, Search Console will help you to be on the right path and align with your goals. It is a must and a few of the first things to do for any webmaster. I do not see any scenario where it is not suited because it is free and doesn't require any special attention. Website performance on the search engine is automatically tracked and reports can be used to optimize it.
Joseph Lesho | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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We use Google Search Console to monitor the organic rankings and site optimization of our client's websites. There are plenty of tools out there that can do the same thing, but GSC has the advantage of being a Google product, which means it directly integrates with their other marketing platforms. Plus it's free, which is always a good thing.
  • Easy-to-use UI
  • Makes time period comparisons quick and easy
  • Easy integration with a wide variety of marketing tools
  • The mobile usability error section needs to provide more specific details about what exactly the errors are.
Google Search Console is a great tool for businesses of all size. From an independent entity to large enterprises, GSC offers great value and insight.