Tracking Performance with Search Console

What Google Search Console reports do I need to check?

Search Console is a free tool for website performance measurement offered by Google. In the past, the information found in Search Console meant more to web developers. Website owners have found it difficult to understand.

Things are changing. More critical information needed to optimize your site for search is now found here. New reports have popped up in 2020 signaling ranking factors for the future. It’s time to move past our fear of Search Console and learn about this helpful data.

Are you one of those people who still Google your company website everyday to find out how its doing in search? If so, you need to attend this webinar.

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Search Console used to be the domain of web developers.
Google has moved a lot of SEO search optimization data into Search Console. Now this tool is not just techie and for programmers. It is becoming more and more useful for marketers.

I get a lot of questions about Search Console, how to use it, what to use it for. I am going to walk you through five typical questions that I get from website owners. These are the types of questions that would prompt me to immediately log into Search Console.

This is different than Google Analytics. If you’re trying to figure out what users are doing on your website you use Google Analytics. But if you want to find out how you’re doing in search and how Google likes your website, you use Search Console. Our five examples will help you get started.

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