Google has now begun to show keyword performance data from Search Console directly in the search results page (SERP).
That said, verified users when logged in to their Google Search Console account and searches for a keyword can see the GSC dashboard in Google search results if their sites come up in the SERP for that term.
According to reports, some people say they are seeing this for many queries their sites rank for.
To see how your site ranks for a particular query, just invoke a search for that keyword, Google will then show the data in search results below the paid positions.
To show these statistics Google pulls the last 7 days of data from the Search Console. Specifically, Google is displaying the following metrics in the dashboard in the search results:
Average ranking position for the query
Number of impressions for the query
Number of clicks your site has received when users search for that query
A screenshot below shows the GSC dashboard widget in SERP:
It appears that these stats are only showing up for US users on the Chrome browser.
Although, a series of tweets accompanying screenshots “showing the Search Console dashboard in Google SERP” has reported this feature. Google has not officially confirmed it yet.
Here is another screenshot that shows the search analytics widgets for a site directly in the SERP for the term searched:
— Jared Gardner (@digagardner) 3 October 2018