Google Site Kit

A few days back, Google officially announced that Site Kit is available for the public for WordPress users to install.

Site Kit is a WordPress plugin created by Google. It extensively simplifies the setup process of various Google services such as Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, and many more.

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In addition, it also gives users the power to better understand how visitors find and use your website, and analyze how you can improve your website.

Key Features of Site Kit

Site Kit brings convenient to WordPress users. They can understand how their website perform and what actions should be taken next. Here are some of the key features offered by Site Kit:-

  • Easy Access to important website performance statistics directly from your WordPress dashboard.
  • Cross-Product Insights – Google Search Console, PageSpeed Insights, Google Analytics, as well as Google AdSense are combined into a single dashboard. As a result, you can make a better decision faster.
  • No coding needed – Now all you need is just a click to install Google services on your WordPress website.

Site Kit by Google

Take your business to the next level with Site Kit

To get started, install the plugin from your WordPress account. Also, here are some tips recommended by Google for you to make the most out of Site Kit:

1- Review the main dashboard every week to check for large changes (if any) in your website traffic

2- Compare top performing web pages are find out how visitors discovered them. Next, identify if any specific keywords or images are drawing more visitors to your website.

3-   Set up new Google services to receive a more detailed insights. For example, you can see whether your website loading speed is affecting your website bounce rate if you enable PageSpeed Insights and Analytics.

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I hope you’ve learnt something from this article. Cheers!

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