When Google was last on your website. Any server errors from your site. Any soft 404 returns (when the server didn’t provide a 404 page even though the URL doesn’t exist). URLs that go to a page that doesn’t exist. URLs that redirected to a page that was irrelevant. URLs that are blocked. Fixing these issues can give your SEO a boost. … [Read more...] about Google Search Console – The Ultimate Guide to Google’s Tool for SEO Experts
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Google's John Mueller said it is okay to add your test or development site to Google Search Console, even if it is noindexed and disallowed by search engines. There are still some useful tools you can run on your site before you launch it that may help you. … [Read more...] about Google: Development/Test Sites Can Be Added To Google Search Console
The email says :Google has announced that Google+ for consumers will be sunset. As part of the sunset, all Google+ web integrations will stop serving on March 7, 2019. This has the potential to affect website layouts and/or functionality if no action is taken by website owners." Google added, "Developers are strongly advised to remove related code from their websites as soon as possible." … [Read more...] about Google Search Console Notifications To Remove Google+
You can access the survey over here - your responses will most likely be used to help Google prioritize what future development they do towards the Google Search Console API. … [Read more...] about Google Survey On What Google Search Console API Features Do You Want?
Key Takeaway Checking for errors in your Search Console should be a part of your SEO routine. Always optimize all your pages. Make sure that these pages can be crawled and indexed by Google with no problem at all. While submitting a sitemap does not directly affect your rankings , it will help Google notify you of any errors that might negatively impact your website’s rankings. … [Read more...] about How to Fix Index Coverage Errors in Google Search Console