Does Google Search Console have an API?

Yes, Google Search Console does have an API (Application Programming Interface) that allows developers to access data from the platform and integrate it with other applications. The Search Console API allows developers to retrieve data such as:

  1. Search queries
  2. Clicks and impressions data for a specific website or property
  3. Information about crawl errors
  4. Sitemaps and individual URLs submitted for crawling

    To use the Search Console API, developers need to have a Google account and obtain an API key. There are also various client libraries and samples available to help developers get started with the API.

    The Search Console API is intended for developers who want to build custom applications or integrations using Search Console data. It is not intended for end-users who simply want to view their website’s performance in Search Console.

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