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    Viewing CTR report new search console


    How do I view the Click through rates of my search queries in the new search console? I used to look at them often in the old version but can't see how to do it in the new one.

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    Did you even try searching for it?
    https://www.google.com/search?q=How+...search+console
    You should learn how to search for information, I'll bet google support forums will have more information than we will. It's their tool.
    That's how I'd do it.
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    Top bar: click on Average CTR tab

    Lower bar: Queries are selected

    Result: Table with Queries and CTR
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    Have you considered that Google may not have imported that function yet on your particular account. I have various GSC accounts I am responsible for and they are all at different stages of migration.

    But in the bottom left corner of your GSC you can click the little button that switches you back to the old style of reports with full functionality. Then you can always switch back to the new version as well.
    Last edited by KnowOneSpecial; Sep 13th, 2018 at 11:07 PM. Reason: spelling correction
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    Originally Posted by PInder325
    How do I view the Click through rates of my search queries in the new search console? I used to look at them often in the old version but can't see how to do it in the new one.

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    Open the Search Console, select the website you want to evaluate, and click on “Search Traffic” in the left-hand sidebar. Then select “Search Analytics” from the drop-down menu.

    A chart will appear, though by default, it doesn’t show you CTR numbers. To see CTR, click the “CTR” checkbox at the very top of the page.

    Google Search Console dashboard when calculating click-through rate

    The CTR figures will now be displayed in the bottom right corner, as illustrated above.

    The report lists search queries and their respective CTRs, sorted by search popularity. Look at the CTRs of your most important keywords. if you see numbers like 10% or 20%, there’s clearly room for improvement.

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