Want to know about Google Search Console, you are at the right place.

Hi guys this is your admin and I’m back. Today, in this post I am going to tell you about Google Search Console. The post, I think would be lengthy. So I’ll divide it into parts (if needed). So, what are you waiting for, let’s start.

So basically guys, when you write a post or create a website you just throw it into the internet. But, you want page views for earnings right. So how do you fetch those page views. How do other bloggers or website owners get their views. They got their website or blog on Google and believe me that is not a hard task, if you follow me properly, you will be on Google in the next 48 hours, my promise (if that doesn’t happens I’ll personally help you just comment down your email address below and I’ll be there to help you out). But yeah I won’t be able to help everyone personally, so you have to prove that you had tested out these methods and haven’t got any results.

So let’s get started with the main post. Basically Google search console is the official search console of Google search engine. Here is the link to Google search console : https://search.google.com/search-console/about . So, when you have a new post (if you are a small blogger and publish no more than 10 posts per day) then simply log in to google search console. In the left hand side there is a URL inspection tool, you click there, paste your post link and then click request indexing. It typically takes 10 hours for Google to crawl and index your content. But yes your content needs to be unique and must not be copied.

Now, you know the basics of google search console. Let me tell you what you need to do if you are a bog blogger (posts more than 10 posts per day). When you post more than 10 posts per day, you just can’t manually do the indexing task.

So for automating the process of indexing (even small bloggers should try this). If you are on blogger its very simple for example, if your blog address is example.blogspot.com , the sitemap will be :
1. example.blogspot.com/sitemap.xml
2. example.blogspot.com/sitemap-pages.xml
For other hosts you can find it on google, because there are many hosting providers, I cannot mention them all.

When you submit your sitemap, the link get populated automatically in the sitemap address. Search console’s bot will keep crawling this page every day and will grab all those links which you will post. Now, I’ll explain about the rankings, how to use search console, each and every tab of it, and its other details(if any) in the upcoming parts. If I’ll post anything related to search console, I’ll give links in this post only, you can check below now (if there are any, if they are not available, they may be available soon).

Thank you for your support guys.

This is your admin signing off.

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