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Martin Splitt, from Google, revealed that the company was working on ways to transfer data from the search console to third-party platforms. Console, "says Splitt in a recent video on Google Webmasters YouTube Channel.

The video is centered on a discussion on SEO and the future of the Web. Some of Google's future projects involve providing more search engine data where people are already located.

Splitt was careful not to be too specific, but he strongly suggested that the search console data be projected onto the largest content management systems on the Web. .

"We are working on ways to integrate third parties, external content providers and platforms to obtain the data we already collect on the search console.

We do not want [webmasters] to specifically access the search console, they now deal with the interface they are used to, and then deal with something new.

That is why we integrate the data into these platforms and, eventually, once gathered enough information to understand how the data is used and what data is needed and useful for third parties – we will open these interfaces. "

Google wants to reduce the need for site owners to: go directly to the search console to retrieve data.

The solution is still in its infancy, but Splitt asserts with certainty that it will finally be deployed

where people are already at this stage, it is too early to make it known to the general public, but that will eventually happen. "

Listen to the entirety of Splitt's statement below, starting at 5:41 pm: