Google Webmaster Tools

Google Webmaster Tools is a no-charge web service by Google for webmasters. It allows webmasters to check indexing status and optimize visibility of their websites.It has tools that let the webmasters: Submit and check a sitemap Check and set the crawl rate, and view statistics about how Googlebot accesses a particular site Generate and check a robots.txt file. It also helps to discover pages that are blocked in robots.txt by chance.
Posts about Google Webmaster Tools
  • Google Search Console: a complete overview

    … The Search Console (or Google Webmaster Tools as it used to be known) is a completely free and indispensably useful service offered by Google to all webmasters. Although you certainly don’t have to be signed up to Search Console in order to be crawled and indexed by Google, it can definitely help with optimising your site and its content…

    Christopher Ratcliff/ Search Engine Watchin SEO Google- 37 readers -
  • 3 Things You Need to Know About Google Search Analytics

    …, allowing them to try to correct for the discrepancy. It also lets publishers without mobile friendly sites know just how badly they are being hurt as a result of Google’s recent decision to give increased weight to mobile in its search rankings (also known as “mobilegeddon”). Ward says that by giving content marketers more filters to distill…

    Relevancein Paid Search SEO Google- 32 readers -
  • Beyond the Bread and Butter of Digital Marketing Metrics

    … this gives a more realistic view on how your strategy is really performing. 4. Social Media We can’t talk about measuring the success of a digital marketing campaign without mentioning social media. A good digital marketing strategy will include shareable content, and if it’s really a success, it will do exactly that – be shared. But what happens…

    Relevancein Social SEO Content- 44 readers -
  • How to Increase Your Website’s Traffic Without Any Marketing

    …? First, you need to log into Google Webmaster Tools. Once you are in, you’ll want to click on “search traffic,” then “search queries.” You’ll see a page with a list of keywords that looks like this: The table will list all the keywords you rank for. What you need to do next is take the head keywords (phrases that contain one or two words) you…

    Neil Patel/ Quick Sproutin SEO How To's- 34 readers -
  • Technical Site Audit Checklist: 2015 Edition

    …/content being replicated across different categories. Pro Tip: Exclude common parameters, such as those used to designate tracking code, in Google Webmaster Tools. Read more at Search Engine Land. Do a search to check for duplicate content Take a content snippet, put it in quotes and search for it. Does the content show up elsewhere…

    Moz Blogin SEO- 57 readers -
  • Does Social Media Impact SEO?

    … mainstream importance. Google Throws Marketers Another Curveball To add further confusion to the mix, Google Webmaster Tools’ John Mueller shared in a Google Plus post last August that the company was dropping the coveted authorship photos functionality from search results and Webmaster Tools. Eager marketers who had dedicated hours to building…

    Raven Blogin Social SEO Twitter- 46 readers -
  • The Least Optimized SEO Trick: Engagement

    The Least Optimized SEO Trick: Engagement Pic courtesy: On this blog, we have written a couple of times about the need to engage with your customers online. Previously we spoke mostly about social engagements through social media networks like Facebook or Twitter.

    Debajyoti Banerjee / Seven Boats- 17 readers -
  • Hacked and Completely Unaware

    …. That just about fits the bill. Digging Deeper Once I told Doug about the problem, I had him update all his credentials and run an antivirus scan on his laptop. Then my second step was to login to Google Webmaster Tools, once Doug gave me access as a user. Here’s the index climbing higher and higher from bogus pages. It looks like around 10/24…

    Jeremy Rivera/ AuthorityLabsin SEO- 32 readers -
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