Google Search Console Tutorial – Google Webmasters Tools Tutorial

Google Search Console Tutorial – Google Webmasters Tools Tutorial

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Check out our Google Search Console Tutorial aka Google Webmasters Tools Tutorial Updated for 2019. Google Search Console allows you to monitor your website in the Google search results so you can analyze your current results and find opportunities. Google Webmasters will give you the ability to see your search engine Google organic listing performance, inspect URLs to find any indexing issues, find any index coverage issues for Google search, submit your website sitemap for indexing, check your mobile usability, see if you have any AMP errors or any Accelerated Mobile Pages errors, check if you have any manual actions or security issues, and to check your current external backlinks and internal links for your website.

Helpful URLs:

Google Search Console Tutorial: https://surfsideppc.com/google-search-console/

Google Webmasters: https://www.google.com/webmasters/

Google Search Console Sign-In: https://search.google.com/search-console/

Google Analytics WordPress and Google Search Console WordPress: https://wordpress.org/plugins/google-analytics-for-wordpress/

Set-Up Google Analytics on Your Website: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1008080?hl=en

Get Your Website on Google Search Console: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/6332964?hl=en&ref_topic=4564315

Google Search Console Tutorial For Beginners 2017-2018 aka Google Webmasters Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aXVNlQ1YWg

Google Analytics: https://analytics.google.com/analytics/

Yoast WordPress Plugin for Google Webmaster Tools WordPress: https://yoast.com/wordpress/plugins/seo/

Create XML Sitemaps: https://www.xml-sitemaps.com/

We start the video by covering how to set-up Google Search Console on your website. We use Google Analytics and go through the Admin section to Add the Google Search Console product and verify it through Google Analytics. Once we do that, we're able to sign-in to Google Search Console to see our current performance in Google Search.

We cover the Performance area in depth so you can see your top Google search queries, pages, countries, devices, and more. You can look at different dates and analyze different pages to see what keywords drive you the most search engine traffic.

From there, we cover URL Inspection and show you what an AMP error looks like. AMP errors can be difficult to fix, but the URL Inspection tool will give you opportunities if you have any coverage issues in search results. We also show how to fix your Coverage Errors and Warnings by Validating Fixes.

Submitting a Sitemap is very important in Google Search Console because you can tell Google when you add new pages to your website, update your website structure, remove pages, and more, which keeps your website up to date in search results without errors.

One major thing you can do is look at your backlinks to see what websites are currently linking to you, what your top pages are, your internal links, and more.

25 thoughts on “Google Search Console Tutorial – Google Webmasters Tools Tutorial”

  1. I have a question, everytime a make a new post; the keyword I try to rank only show on google my homepage of my website.

  2. Hi, what do you do if you have some pages that are not indexing “Mobile Usability”? I have some of my pages that index both and some that do not index for “Mobile Usability” Any suggestions on fixing that?

  3. hello there have a question ” can I have both properties on the domain as I can’t clear my product errors on domain property, will it not conflict “

  4. Fantastic help .. thank you. Trying hard to get my own website ranking. Its a big learning curve but great videos like this help enormously. 😉

  5. Thank you for the information but could you kindly let us know how to remove url from google webmaster tool in new google search console?

  6. Great tutorial 👍🏻 one question if anyone can help. Is there any disadvantage if a domain is registered under the “domain property” & “individual domain -2nd option) I am guessing if it is registered with both there is no issues ?

  7. Your video tutorial was working until I went to the search console settings in my analytics account and my website was not there even though, my site is verified in Google console. I have tried to contact Google with much frustration and not much luck. They all seem to work for Google Ads and are super unhelpful with my question. So, I am at a standstill in my progress of setting up my website with Google.

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