Google Search Console’s coverage report lists several reasons a page might be “valid”. What does this mean? Is there something you need to do about this? Continue reading “The Comprehensive Guide to Valid Pages in Google Search Console’s Coverage Report”
The new Google Search Console’s coverage report tells you when a page is valid with a warning. What do these warnings mean? What should you do about them? Continue reading “The Comprehensive Guide to Google Search Console Coverage Warnings”
It’s important to keep track of pages Google has excluded from their index. Thanks to the new excluded pages section within the Search Console coverage report, you can see why a page as excluded. What follows is an explanation of all the reasons a page might be excluded from Google’s index. It will also explain what you can do about it- if you don’t want that page excluded.
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The new Google Search Console’s Coverage error report is very helpful but can be confusing. What do each of these errors mean? What should you do about them?
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One thing you should do, at least once a week, is to check on the status of your XML sitemaps in Google Search Console. Google will tell you if it’s having a hard time with your sitemaps. If it is, this could affect it’s ability to index your entire site. Continue reading “Fix Common XML Sitemap Errors from Google Search Console”
Here’s everything you need to know about XML sitemaps and your website.Continue reading “The Definitive Guide to XML Sitemaps”
Whether you have just completed a full website redesign or you are simply monitoring the tried and true website you have had for many years, Google Search Console (formerly Webmaster Tools) is an important tool for maximizing your website’s presence within the Google Search results. One way that Google Search Console can help you monitor your website’s performance is by alerting you of any errors that exist within your website infrastructure. One of the mobile-only URL errors that is commonly seen is the Flash content error. Continue reading “What is a Flash Content Error in Google Search Console?”
Google Search Console (formerly Webmaster Tools) is an especially valuable tool for any individual or business with a website. With Google being the most commonly used search engine, you want to ensure that Googlebot is able to crawl your website entirely and correctly. Additionally, Google Search Console also provides beneficial insights on the different types of errors that may or may not exist within your website. One such error indicates that URLs are blocked for smartphones. Continue reading “What is a URLs Blocked Error in Google Search Console?”
Checking on the status of your website in Google Search Console (formerly Webmaster Tools) is a best practice for all businesses and individuals with websites. This valuable tool makes it easy for you to ensure Google can view your website properly and that there aren’t any major errors present within your website structure. But no website is absolutely perfect, and one of the commonly seen URL error types is known as an access denied error. Continue reading “What is an Access Denied Error in Google Search Console?”
When it comes to monitoring and maintaining your website, Google Search Console (formerly Webmaster Tools) is a powerful resource that you have available at your disposal. The ultimate goal of Google Search Console is to help you maximize your website’s performance and presence in the Google search results. Not only does it offer guidance on best practices, but it also identifies any errors that exist within your website. One of the common smartphone URL errors that you may encounter is a faulty redirect. Continue reading “What is a Faulty Redirect in Google Search Console?”