What Is Google Search Console (GSC)
and How It Works??
- What Is GSC: Google Search Console is a free Google service based on websites or blogging, which is used to monitor, maintain and troubleshoot websites. This is based on search results.
GSC is a free platform.Using this platform you can learn how Google helps you to optimize your website.
- You can see the performance of your domain, you can easily track how the performance on mobile, impressions, traffic, backlinks work . Get details about GSC at Moz blog!
- Google also helps you with information by solving various problems on search engine results pages.
- Basically, website owners are one of the official means of communication with Google, not only that, Google also communicates with every website owner through the search console. Your website is verified in GSC, Google provides information on various types of coverage issues, indexing errors and penalties for your site.
Form Moz — “If the name “Google Webmaster Tools” rings a bell for you, then you might already have an idea of what Google Search Console is. Since Google Webmaster Tools (GWT) has become a valuable resource for so many different types of people besides webmasters—marketing professionals, SEOs, designers, business owners, and app developers, to name a few—Google decided to change its name in May of 2015 to be more inclusive of its diverse group of users.
Adding and verifying a site in Google Search Console
If you’re new to Google Search Console, you’ll need to add and verify your site(s) before you can do anything else. Adding and verifying your site in Search Console proves to Google that you’re either a site’s owner, webmaster, or other authorized user. After all, Search Console provides you with all sorts of incredibly detailed information and insights about a site’s performance. Google doesn’t want to hand that kind of information over to anybody who asks for it.”
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