google search console Stories January 28

Google Search Console’s revamped Removals report can temporarily hide pages

The Google Search Console is a tool for webmasters to manage a site’s presence on the search engine. A new version of the Removals report lets them temporarily hide pages, and provides other related information.

google search console Stories October 7, 2019

Google Search Console adds new video performance reports

In recent years, video has become an increasingly important format in Google Search. To help webmasters better optimize performance, the Search Console is adding and expanding two new reports related to video.

google search console Stories September 23, 2019

Google Search Performance report gets more up-to-date data, export in Search Console

Website owners can track and optimize performance via the Google Search Console. Following an extensive redesign last year, Google is now adding “users’ #1 feature request” for the Search Performance report with more up-to-date data.

google search console Stories April 10, 2019

Google Search Console adds new site traffic report for Google Discover

Introduced last year, Google Discover is the company’s latest implementation of the Google Feed. With 800M monthly active users thanks to availability on Android, iOS, and the mobile web, Google is now providing some publishers with traffic data from the source.

google search console Stories June 25, 2018

Google Search Console adds new ‘URL inspection’ tool to check crawl, index status

Following the initial launch of a redesigned Search Console earlier this year, Google’s tool for monitoring and optimizing site performance is gaining a new capability. Frequently requested, web administrators will now be able to see the Google Search status of specific links.

google search console Stories January 30, 2018

If you recently started up a blog (or any other kind of website), you probably know that one of the most important ways to grow traffic is to make sure your pages are being indexed by Google’s search engine. After all, Google is by far the biggest driver of referral traffic to just about every website on the web. But after you’re listed in Search and you start seeing the Google traffic pouring in, it’s also smart to monitor and analyze that traffic. You can do that with Google Search Console.

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