Over the past couple of weeks, including this week, the Google Search Console has been having issues keeping the data in the Search Analytics report up to date. If you log in to your Google Search Console screen, you will see the impression and click data from the Search Analytics report is several days behind because it has not been updated since November 11.
Google also had this issue earlier in the month but resolved it, and now it has reoccurred.
Zineb Ait Bahajji from the Google Webmaster Trends Analyst team posted an update this morning on Google+ that Google is indeed aware of the reporting delays and is working on a fix. She said they would have a fix by the end of the week. Here is her post:
An Update on the Search Analytics report in Google Search console
Data have been missing in Search Analytics since November 12th.
The team is aware of it and currently working on a fix.
It should be back to normal by the end of the week.
So hang tight, do not panic; you, along with hundreds of thousands of webmasters, are all seeing old data.
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