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Reports in Google Domains
With one-click, measure how your site performs on Google Search

One of the top questions our users ask is “How do I get information on how my website is performing on Google search?” We want customers to get the most out of Google Domains and their site, so today we’re excited to announce reports, a new feature shows which search queries bring users to your site. Powered by Search Console, these reports will highlight the number of impressions and clicks your site gets from Google Search, and your average position in search results.

Reports in Google Domains let you see how your site ranks in Google Search, which search terms drive the most organic traffic to your website, and which pages are the most popular on your website. With just one click, you can start seeing this data in Google Domains. These insights, which are unique to Google, will help you understand how people are finding your website today and how to drive more traffic. Over time, you’ll be able to identify trends and see which pages on your website attract the most visitors.

Before you can set up reports, you’ll need a domain from Google Domains and a website. With that taken care of, you can enable reporting in few clicks:

  1. Navigate to the “My Domains” section of your Google Domains account
  2. Select your domain, then the new “Reports” tab on the left side
  3. Click “Get reports” and Search Console will start collecting data, it can take up to 24 hours for reports to be visible

Example report for the fictional maggiesbakery.cafe

By enabling reports, we link your domain with Google Search Console automatically—no coding needed. So if you want the full set of tools and reports available on Search Console, it’s just a click away.

With reports we wanted to make it a little easier to understand how your site ranks on Google Search, your most popular pages and more—all from within your Google Domains account. Now that you’ve got reports set up, check back every so often to see how your site performs over time. 

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