How to Verify Your Site by “Domain Name Provider” Method In Google Search Console

Google Search Console – GSC (formerly, Google Webmaster Tools – GWT) is a part of Google service that helps web developer and site administrator in monitoring and maintaining their site in order to preserve the site to always existed in Google Search results. Continue reading “How to Verify Your Site by “Domain Name Provider” Method In Google Search Console”

How to Submit Your URL to Bing

Based on netmarketshare.com documentation, the majority of internet users in the world use Google as a search engine than other brands. During 2016, the Google users reached around 71.41%, followed by Bing with a market share reaching 11.32%. Although the gap was too far with Google but it’s good for webmasters to began in paying attention to Bing. Continue reading “How to Submit Your URL to Bing”

How to “Instruct” Google to Recrawl Your Page’s URL

Recently I get a positive result after “instructing” Google to recrawl my page’s URL utilizing “Fetch as Google” tool in Google Search Console (GSC). It was triggered by my own case which one of my latest article post in the topic of “the minimum requirement on 10000 views of Youtube channel” has not yet to be indexed by Google in an expected time after I posted it on my WordPress blog. Continue reading “How to “Instruct” Google to Recrawl Your Page’s URL”

What Are “Impressions” in Search Analytics of Google Search Console

The existence of Google Search Console (GSC) is beneficial for the webmasters or blog owners to make appropriate efforts in achieving good SEO through submitting sitemaps, setting preferred domains, checking mobile friendliness or usability, and so on. Besides that all, we can also take advantage of other features in Google Search Console named “Search Analytics” (previously named “Search Queries” and rebranded on May 20, 2015, to “Search Analytics” with additional filter possibilities for devices, search types, and date period). One of the terminologies that will be found in “Search Analytics” is “impression”. Continue reading “What Are “Impressions” in Search Analytics of Google Search Console”

What is The Definition of “Session” in Google Analytics

The blog or web owners who have used Google Analytics tools in reviewing their blog or web statistics are certainly familiar with the term “session”. However, there may be among us who still can not understand clearly what the exact definition of a “session” is. And to distinguish with other terms such as “hits”, “page views”, “users”, etc, is also not a simple matter. Continue reading “What is The Definition of “Session” in Google Analytics”

How to Remove An Outdated Content From Google Search Results

Sometimes, for any reason, you want to delete any post or page on your blog and don’t want to be indexed by Google. But how about your content’s URL that still shows up in Google search result after you delete it on the admin page of your blog or web ? (This can be due to a copy of the page that can be viewed in the search result. This stored copy of the page is called a “cached copy”, “cached version”, or sometimes simply “cache”).  Continue reading “How to Remove An Outdated Content From Google Search Results”

How to Perform Web Mobile-Friendly Test on Google

Having a website or blog which is mobile-friendly nowadays becomes an important part of the web developing process. In many leading countries, internet mobile phone traffic now exceeds desktop traffic. So if your web or blog is still not mobile-friendly, you should change its design immediately. To identify whether your web or blog is mobile friendly, besides using Bing tools, you can also perform the mobile-friendly test in Google easily and quickly. Continue reading “How to Perform Web Mobile-Friendly Test on Google”