How to Use Google Search Console for SEO: A Complete Guide
You might have some knowledge about Google Search Console, as Google algorithm makes daily updates, you should take your knowledge and understanding of the information provided by the Google Search Console to the next level.
Get this comprehensive guide that covers everything you need to know about the key sections of Google Search Console, as well as tips on how to use it.
Originally known as Google Webmaster Tools for nearly a decade, Google rebranded its suite of tools as Google Search Console in 2015.
With every new year, Google has given us new tools, analytics, and data to track in Google Search Console.
The new version of Search Console, announced in January 2019, is now officially out of beta.
So that meant it was time for a refresh of our complete guide to the Google Search Console.
Let’s face it, between the excess of AMP errors and the fear of Google algorithm updates; Google Search Console can become a system of copy/paste without any actions.
To offer a helping hand, below is a breakdown of the basics of Google Search Console.
From Fetch as Google to the Index Coverage report, you’ll be giving your SEO reports a mini upgrade on the regular. Plus, I share my monthly SEO health checklist.
Read on – the HTML improvements are calling your name.
What You’ll Learn about Google Search Console
To make reading easier, this article is divided into four sections; each is a central area within Google Search Console: URL Inspection, Performance, Indexing, Enhancements, Security & Manual Actions, Legacy tools & reports and Links.
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