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In my experience, at first it's normal to expect a huge number of errors but get the schema markup right and the error count Industry Email List will drop to zero in no time. As for warnings, these are recommendations that something in the markup is misplaced or missing, helping to Industry Email List make the code as user-friendly as possible. To access this report, navigate to: Enhancements > Jobs Google Search Console - Jobs / Job Details Two other Search Console reports are also available from Search Appearance. “Jobs” (1) records calls each time a job appears in the ads preview,
While “Job Details” (2) refers to impressions/ clicks triggered by a specific job posting. In addition to this, it is useful to know that you can access the same data Industry Email List through the Google Search Console API. To access this report, navigate to: Performance > Filter: Search Appearance > Job Offer/Position Details Google Analytics - Traffic and performance Google Analytics is another great tool for monitoring the performance of Google for Jobs. Because Industry Email List Google automatically adds custom UTM parameters to every job posting, you can create a Google for Jobs segment in GA, effectively tracking traffic,