Google Search Console snapshot in search results can now display domain properties | Education

Google Search Console snapshot in search results can now display domain properties | Education
Google Search Console snapshot in search results can now display domain properties 

Domain properties can now be displayed in Google Search Console snapshots in search results

You may start to see this snapshot more often because Google now supports more verification methods.

In 2018, Google began showing a snapshot of Google Search Console data and analytics in web search results for verified properties.  Google will now also show this snapshot for domain property verification methods, not just the older verification methods.

Ad. Google announced this on Twitter saying, “We’re happy to share that starting today, the Search Console feature in search results will also support domain properties.”

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Google Search Console: What changed?

When this instant card was released, it worked for all verification methods initially supported by Google Search Console.  But when Google released domain properties the following year, the snapshot didn’t support that verification method.  Google now supports displaying the Search Console snapshot for domain properties.

Google Search Console: What do you think?

This card may appear only if you’re a full user or owner of the site in Google Search Console, and you’re signed in with that Google account while searching for your site or queries it might rank for.  You can also turn this snapshot on or off, those instructions are in this help document.

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Google Search Console: Why do we care?  

Having this snapshot can be useful for site owners who have access to Search Console but don’t check their Search Console data very often.  This is a helpful reminder to site owners that there is a treasure trove of data and information in Search Console that they can check out or hire an SEO agency to check out on their behalf.

Source: Barry Schwartz, Search Engine Land

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