Category Archives: Webmaster Tools

Webmaster Tools sets training on various aspects and website concerns including how to basic and advance of website crawling, indexing and trouble shooting.

Google Search Operators Tips & Tricks How to Search on Google

Google Search Operators Tips & Tricks How to Search on Google

Great infographic from whoishostingthis.com on How to be a Google Power User learn tips and tricks on advanced Google search functions. In this guide, you will learn how to use Google Search Command like a professional and get best search results.

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Keywords Basics

Keywords Basics

The best way to use keywords to your advantage is to know the words and phrases people are likely to use when searching for the content your website provides. Once you have identified the words and phrases people are likely to use, do your best to incorporate these words and phrases into the content on your site. Make sure the words and phrases are included in the content in a fluid manner, however, as search engines can mark your site as “spam” if they feel you are using keywords that are irrelevant to your content, simply to drive up your traffic.

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Google Webmaster Tools is now Google Search Console it’s for everyone so Define your Role and Goals

Google Webmaster Tools is now Google Search Console it’s for everyone so Define your Role and Goals

Yes you’re reading it correct as per Google webmaster central blog Google has re-branded it with Google Search Console. The idea behind re-branding is there are users using webmaster tools as a hobby, small business owners, freelancers, experts

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Google Introduces Search Analytics in Google Webmasters Tools – Now Get More Precise Data & Report

Google Introduces Search Analytics in Google Webmasters Tools – Now Get More Precise Data & Report

The search queries report has just been changed in Google Webmaster tools Google named it Search Analytics (Beta). I saw it today morning IST time, it seems very useful because the bifurcation of data to be analysed there is also option to go back to standard search query report.

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