Google Webmaster Tools: More detailed data for Top search queries

Google Webmaster Tools’re now providing more detailed data for “each individual top search query” – when clicked given “search query” in the Top search queries report, you gets a breakdown of the number of impressions and the amount of clickthrough for each position that your site’s pages appeared at in the search results associated with […]

Google Webmaster Tools’re now providing more detailed data for “each individual top search query” – when clicked given “search query” in the Top search queries report, you gets a breakdown of the number of impressions and the amount of clickthrough for each position that your site’s pages appeared at in the search results associated with that query.
• You’ll also see a list of site's pages that were linked to from the search results for that search query.
• Also, earlier Google restricted to show only “top 100 queries” of a site – they’ve increased the number; Now if your site ranks for more than 100 queries, you’ll see new pagination buttons at the bottom of the Top Search Queries table.
• Google is now generating a Top search queries chart and displaying it right within the page, that includes a date range selector similar to what Google Analytics offers. So you can see the data for just that slice in time.
• Finally, for sites that have numerous keywords that change frequently, Google added the ability to search through your site’s top search queries so that you can filter the data to exactly what you’re looking for in your query haystack.

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