In tandem with Analytics, we give additional data such as "keywords potential" and "estimated monthly visitors" per keyword. 

So, what are we waiting for? let´s get started!

Step 1

Go to the Overview section of the domain in question. 

Step 2

Domain Setup

Click orange button labelled "Connect to Search Console".

Important Note: When connecting the first Google account to AccuRanker. 

The system will automatically jump to step 4 

New users following this guide should do the same.

Step 3

Connect to Google Search Console

Give the Google Search Console account a description and select the desired Google account from the dropdown. 

If the correct Google account is missing from the list, click the link under word "here" :

Then click "select account" orange button. 

Step 4

Connect to new Google account

Write a description for your Google account and click the button: "Add connection."

Step 5 (a)

Choose an account

If not signed into your Google Account, you will be prompted to do so.

If you manage several Google Accounts, make sure to select the one needed for the task at hand.

Step 5 (b)

Welcome

Click the button labeled: "Allow."

Step 6

Select Google Search Console website

Select the domain that you want and click the button labeled "SELECT."

Congratulations! Google Search Console is now integrated.

you will now be prompted to import your keywords into AccuRanker;

If possible, import all the keywords. Doing so is highly recommended, as this will make for the most accurate representation of your online presence.

When importing selectively, sort by clicks to see your keywords in order of importance and import the keywords that are providing the URL with traffic.

Visitors and Potential

When connected both the Google Analytics and Google Search Console, you can enable the Potential and Est. Visitors column in Table settings, as illustrated in the screenshot below. 


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