Linking Google Search Console with Google Analytics

When you link Google Search Console with Google Analytics, data can be exchanged between the products. How do you link Google Search Console with Google Analytics? Read how to do this step by step here.

Go to analytics.google.com and log in with a Google account.

After this, you will be taken to the home page. On the home page is an overview of the most recent developments. To the left of the home page you will see the menu. Click on ”Acquisition.

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Click on ”Search Console” and then on ”landing pages”.

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You will then be taken to the next page:

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Click on ”Share Search Console data.”

Grant permission to share Search Console data.

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When you click on this, you will see a screen with the property settings. You don’t need to change anything else about this. Scroll down.

Click save.

When you have checked all the settings, click ”save”,

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Now your Google Analytics and Google Search Console accounts are linked. Is something not working or do you want to ask something? Email ralf@ralfvanveen.com. We will respond within an hour. ?

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This article was originally published on 26 August 2023. The last update of this article was on 10 January 2024. The content of this page was written and approved by Ralf van Veen. Learn more about the creation of my articles in my editorial guidelines.