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How To Find Historical Google Search Query Data in 8 Clicks

Posted By Pixelpro 1495 days ago on Design

http://www.pixelproductionsinc.com - In May, the new Google Search Console (GSC) Search Analytics Report was made available. This release, followed by debut of the Search Console API, made it easier than ever to take advantage of Google’s own measurement of your site’s movement in SERPs. Unfortunately the Search Analytics Report user interface has a 90-day historical limitation, so […]
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