Getting Your Website Righteous With Google

It had been quite a while since I had gone through some of the Google tutorials that I used to watch when I was first getting started with building an online business presence so I decided to go back into these and nose around a bit and I was startled with what I had found.

Despite all my work recently trying to understand SEO, keyword searching, building backlinks, building more website content and doing a myriad of other things all Buy Google Reviews in the name of building organic traffic, I found the traffic had not been growing like I thought it should be doing so I decided to go back to basics and that meant taking another look at Google itself, which brought me back to some of their tutorials.

I quite literally stumbled upon their “Google Console” tool which I hadn’t looked at in close to a year and I found it by going to my browser and initiating the “site: (and then your full site domain name)” command which is a quick method of looking at your own website’s page names and descriptions with a view to improving on your text for them.

I reacquainted myself with the Google Console tool and was totally startled to find just how much I had fallen off the wagon with respect to running a clean website as Google would view it. Google by the way is motivated by its advertisers to present quality websites to its consumers so they are regularly surfing our sites and recording things that they notice which we need to be fixing up to remain high in their search engine rankings. You may have great content, terrific SEO keywords and descriptions in place, lots of quality backlinks etc., but if your site is not “Clean” they just won’t be seeing you.

The Google Console application by the way, is found in the “webmaster directory section of the Google website – you can also find it under the “Google Tools” selection if you are using Chrome as a browser. Before you can start using the tool, you will need to open it for the first time and copy the “SPF – TXT” record link they will give you and then go to where you have registered your domain and paste it into your.txt record line attached to your domain. Then you will need to go back to the tool and verify your ownership of the domain (just a button click to complete this step). Once done, you will probably need to wait about 24 hours or so to give Google a chance to run its queries against your site so it can start recording for you within your console what your site errors are.

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