The first version of the plugin will integrate Analytics, AdSense, Search Console, and PageSpeed Insights
Apart from consolidating a number of functions offered by multiple plugins into one, we expect users will have access to more detail too.
With Site Kit installed, WordPress users can access unified insights and Google product capabilities directly from the WordPress admin panel. Where it is helpful, Site Kit will also provide deep links into Google products for advanced reports and product configuration capabilities.
The plugin will not surface any new data that isn’t already available via Google’s standalone offerings but will make it easier for users to access key information directly from WordPress.
The PageSpeed Insights feature promises to be particularly helpful, giving developers a view of key performance metrics and saving them time.
Content performance will also be highlighted and, if set up in Google Analytics, display conversion rates.
How to get Google’s Site Kit plugin
A beta version will be released in early 2019 – you can sign up to participate in the program or be notified of its release.
For more information visit Google’s SiteKit page.