YouTube Analytics Demographics Report to Contain Less Data by @MattGSouthern

YouTube content creators will soon notice that their YouTube Analytics demographics report contains less data. Changes are being made, the company says, to further protect the privacy of viewers. However, not all demographics data is being removed. Here is a summary of the upcoming changes: Creators can no longer filter demographics data by YouTube product. […]


Google Explains Why the New Search Console Has Missing Data by @MattGSouthern

A recently published Google help document explains why reports are missing in the new Search Console. There are two fairly straightforward reasons for the missing data. 1. It Hasn’t Been Migrated Yet The first and most likely reason why some reports are missing from the new search console is that Google simply hasn’t migrated them […]


New Google Search Console Now Available: More Data, More Features by @MattGSouthern

Google has announced that a beta version of the new Search Console, released a few months ago to select users, will now be available to everyone. The new Search Console will be rolled out gradually, and webmasters will be individually notified when they receive access. Still in beta, the new Search Console will live side […]


Google Introduces Rich Results Tool for Testing Structured Data by @MattGSouthern

Google has introduced a catch-all tool for testing rich snippets, rich cards, and other “rich” additions to a website’s content. Keeping things simple, Google has coined the phrase “rich results” to refer to all of these, which means its new tool is called the rich results testing tool. Google’s new testing tool will test for […]


Google AdWords Lets Users Easily Control Data Sets in Data Studio Reports by @MattGSouthern

In an effort to help marketers integrate the data they need where they need it, Google AdWords is making an important update to Data Studio reports. With the help of a new feature called AdWords Data Control, users can now choose the source accounts for data they want to see in any Data Studio report. […]