How to setup google site kit WordPress plugin

In this tutorial, I will explain how to setup google site kit WordPress plugin in your WordPress site step by step with screenshot.

Site Kit is the official WordPress plugin from Google for insights about how people find and use your site. Site Kit is the one-stop solution to deploy, manage, and get insights from critical Google tools to make the site successful on the web.

It provides authoritative, up-to-date insights from multiple Google products directly on the WordPress dashboard for easy access, all for free. Below are the list of features which Google Site Kit WordPress plugin provides.

  • Easy-to-understand stats directly on your WordPress dashboard
  • Official stats from multiple Google tools, all in one dashboard
  • Quick setup for multiple Google tools without having to edit the source code of your site
  • Metrics for your entire site and for individual posts
  • Easy-to-manage, granular permissions across WordPress and different Google products

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Steps to setup google site kit WordPress plugin

Below are easy and simple steps to setup google site kit WordPress plugin. If you are new to WordPress, checkout how to install WordPress plugin

Step 1. Download the Official Google Site Kit plugin from WordPress.org plugin directory.

Step 2. Login to your WordPress admin dashboard and navigate to the Plugins = >Add New

Step 3. Activate the plugin by clicking on the Activate button.

 

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Configuring Google Site Kit in WordPress

Once you click on Setup Site Kit button, you will redirected to the Google Site setup page.

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Now click the allow button to allow google to access you data.

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Once you done with your your setup, then click on Go to Dashboard button.

Now you can see your Google search console data inside the Site Kit Menu option. After you need to connect all other Google site kit features like Google Analytics and Google Adsense from Setting page.

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Prem Tiwari

An engineer by profession and a passionate blogger by heart. Founder of FreeWebMentor.com (A Programming blog for beginners), Tech Speaker at various forums. A part from this he is an open source enthusiast, WordPress Lover, Blogger, SEO, and Growth Strategic.

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