Tag Archives: Google Webmaster Tools

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Beth’s SEO How-Tos: Using the New Blocked Resources Report in Google Webmaster Tools

Last month Google Webmaster Tools released a tool that shows where Googlebot is blocked from accessing certain resources. Don’t know where to start? Follow me… What is the Blocked Resources Report? Blocked Resources is a new report within Google Webmaster Tools, released on 11 March. Working hand-in-hand with this is the Fetch and Render tool,…

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Google Webmaster Tools Data Still Missing, But Analytics A-OK

The Google Webmaster Tools forums have been buzzing with activity over the weekend, with frustrated users noting that Search Queries data hasn’t been updated for more than a week. Search Engine Land pointed this out on Friday, but those expecting an official answer from Google will be disappointed this morning. As of yet, Google has […]

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Google Updates Documentation On Site Migration, Offers Webmasters New Tips

Google has updated its documentation and guidelines on moving a site and the process of site migration. Site migration can be a somewhat scary proposition for webmasters and to help them better understand the processes involved, Google Webmaster Trend analysts Pierre Far and Zineb Ait Bahajji have shared their tips on the Webmaster blog. In […]

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Google releases new Disavow Links tool

Google has launched its eagerly anticipated Disavow Links tool. Featured in Google Webmaster Tools, it has been aimed at site owners who’ve encountered problems with unnatural links – or linkspam – directing traffic towards their websites. Since unnatural links are one of the things that Google’s algorithms fight to limit the effect of on search […]

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Google updates SEO service on Google Webmaster Tools

Users of the SEO service featured on Google’s Webmaster Tools will now be notified of spikes or dips in their pages’ traffic provided by Google. The new update could prove to be useful for site owner’s that have seen a considerable fall in traffic – potentially notifying them of a problem. Although alerts will only […]

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Two tips for checking your SEO strategies in 2012

As the new year starts to get further underway many businesses will be taking the time to ensure that their current search engine optimisation strategies are up to scratch. Checking over each element of an SEO strategy can be time-consuming; and in business, spare time isn’t going to be there in huge blocks. Writing for […]

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