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How to See the Ranking Page URL for Your Keywords in Google Search Console

When I’m viewing Performance reports in Google Search Console, I find it frustrating that I can’t see the landing page URLs for my search queries. Doesn’t it help to know which page is ranking for a given keyword? Yes, yes it does.

Thankfully, you can easily fix this problem using Google Data Studio. Check it out:

Before (Keywords, but no Landing Page URLs)

google search console performance report keyword rankings

After (Keywords, with Landing Page URLs)

google data studio keywords with ranking page url

Here’s what we’ll cover in this article:

How to use Google Data Studio to see landing page URLs for each keyword

1. Create a new Google Data Studio report. Add Google Search Console as a data source and select URL Impression.

2. Create a table and select your Google Search Console data source. Set up your table’s dimensions and metrics as shown in the screenshot below:

3. View your table and you’ll now be able to see the landing page URL for each keyword.

But how come you can’t add a column for Average Position? Search Console doesn’t calculate keyword ranking positions at the URL level, but rather at the site level. Hence, it’s not available in the URL Impression report. So, you have two options:

  • You could export and combine your data from Google Search Console and Google Data Studio into one spreadsheet using vlookups, or;
  • You can use Google Data Studio’s “blend data” feature to add a column to your table for Average Position (I’ll show you how to do this next)

Use Data Studio’s blend data feature to add the Average Position to your table

1. In the same Data Studio report, add Google Search Console’s Site Impression report. You should now have both data sources added.

2. Using the same table your previously created, click Blend Data.

3. Click “Add Another Data Source” and select your GSC Site Impression data.

4. Set up your data source as shown in the screenshot below:

5. You can now add a column for Average Position to your table.

There it is, you’ve got keyword, landing page URL and average position all in one table.

By | 2019-02-12T04:09:23+00:00 February 2nd, 2019|SEO|2 Comments


  1. Joshua Jarvis February 12, 2019 at 2:42 pm - Reply

    This is a great tutorial and the only one I see on blended data, but I can’t seem to get it to work. Landing page keeps giving me a red error. Did you run into errors and figure out a common mistake?

    • Griffin Roer February 12, 2019 at 3:10 pm - Reply

      Hey Joshua – is your blended data configured exactly as shown in step 4? I run into errors with Data Studio quite often, even when things seem to be set up correctly. When that’s the case, here are a few ways I’ll try to troubleshoot the error:

      1. Remove and re-add the data source
      2. Remove any filters you may have added (or copied over)
      3. Hit the “Refresh data” button in the top-right menu

      If you have any more details on the error message you’re seeing, I’m happy to try and help you figure out what’s going wrong.

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