Boles joins real estate firm - Mount Airy News

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Boles joins real estate firm - Mount Airy NewsBoles joins real estate firm - Mount Airy NewsPosted: 16 Jun 2020 12:00 AM PDTBolesLori Boles recently joined Yadkin Valley Real Estate Inc. and Farms Land & Country Homes as a professional sales broker.As a new Yadkin Valley Real Estate Broker, she will be assisting buyers and sellers with their residential and commercial real estate needs in the Mount Airy and surrounding areas. Under the Farms Land and Country homes banner, she'll be assisting buyers and sellers of rural properties in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Yadkin Valley appellation. Boles is a member of the National, State and nearby Winston Salem Regional Association of Realtors.Boles began her real estate career in 2017 and has been a top producing real estate broker every year. Before that, she owned and operated a successful hair salon for 24 years.She lives in Pilot Mountain with her husband Richard and their two twin children. She has an older marri…

Google Merges Search Console and Analytics Data - Edgy Labs

Google Merges Search Console and Analytics Data - Edgy Labs


Google Merges Search Console and Analytics Data - Edgy Labs

Posted: 28 Jun 2020 10:30 PM PDT

Recent email notifications sent by Google to site owners revealed an upcoming beta test for the merged Search Console and Analytics data.

Google has been sending email notices about an upcoming trial to site owners via Search Console.

According to the notification, the search giant wants to combine data from Google Analytics and Search Console together into one report. That way, users can access the information they need using either service.

The email suggests that site owners can now export data from Analytics and a linked Search Console property. Since the feature is a trial experience, it'll only affect the Search Console property that the email indicates.

Also, Google promises to send another notification when the beta experience becomes available in a few weeks.

According to the email:

"When this change occurs, any data exported from your Google Analytics property to your linked Search Console property will be subject to the Search Console Terms of Service."

Finally, the notification states that site owners that want to opt-out of the trial could unlink their Search Console and Analytics properties.

Benefits of a Combined Search Console and Analytics Data

The Search Console tracks user activity in the Search Engine Result Pages. Google Analytics, on the other hand, tracks user activity on a website.

So, the potential use of a report that combines the data from these platforms can be endless.

For example, you can check how adding a review schema to product pages impacts search traffic. Also, site owners can now compare data from the two platforms to identify possible correlations.

With that said, Google hasn't provided more information aside from the email's content. So, some parts of the feature and its trial period is still a bit hazy.

For instance, we don't know if everyone will get the chance to participate or if Google is limiting the beta testing to a specific audience.

Hopefully, we'll learn more about the integrated reports in the coming week, as we get closer to the launch date.

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