Integrating your Google Search Console account into Dragon Metrics is optional, but can unlock a number of additional reports and enhance others.

Benefits of adding your Google Search Console account:

  • See rankings, clicks, and impressions for up to 50,000 keywords (per campaign, updated daily). These keywords do not count towards your keyword credits.

  • Import keywords from Google Search Console to track keywords easily

  • See how rankings, onsite content, technical issues, internal links, external links, and other factors affect clicks and impressions in URL X-Ray.

  • Add Google Search Console rankings to fully-customizable white-labeled reports in the Report Builder along with over 50 other modules covering data from ranking, backlinks, onsite issues, Google Analytics, and more.

How to add your Google Search Console account to a campaign

Navigate to Integration settings under Campaign Settings in the left navigation

Click Add Google Search Console

If you haven't added a Google Search Console account to another campaign in Dragon Metrics yet, you'll be asked to sign into your Google account. Log into the Google account that has access to the Google Search Console site you wish to integrate with this campaign.

Please note, you must have Owner or Full Access permissions for the Google Search Console site you wish to integrate. Google accounts with only Restricted access to the property will not be able to add the site to Dragon Metrics.

This sign-in happens securely in a new window on Dragon Metrics will never see your password.

You'll be presented with a screen by Google asking if you are willing to share access to your Google Search Console account with Dragon Metrics. Click Allow if you agree.

You will then return to Dragon Metrics, where you can choose the Google Search Console site you'd like to associate with this campaign. Click OK when you are done.

Google Search Console has now been set up for this campaign. You can start to access reports that use Google Search Console data immediately.

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