If you look at the example of the search console data below, for the FAQ rich results, the click-through rate (CTR) was 6.4%, and the position was 17.8. The average is an average CTR of 4%, an average position of 19.2, and so on, indicating that the FAQ rich schema is working.
Check click-through rate (CTR) and average position between schemas. For example, make sure your product schema has a higher click-through rate than your review schema.
As with all Search Console, there are many things you can do. However, there is no one-size-fits-all solution that works for everyone in all situations. If you need some basic insight into search performance, you can get it here. If you want to run complex queries and find data to enrich your dashboard, you can find it here.
Want to see the performance of your rich results? Of course you! The least you can do is check Search Console regularly. Go to Performance > Search Results to open the report. Then you can find the Search Impression report in two ways. You can either add a new filter called Search Appearance in the top bar or click the Search Appearance tab below the graph.
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