Google Seeking Feature Requests For Webmaster Tools

google-webmaster-tools-video-1330350240Google’s head of search spam Matt Cutts posted on his personal blog a request for webmasters to provide feedback and feature requests for Google Webmaster Tools.

Matt and the Google search quality team is looking for new ideas on what would make Google Webmaster Tools more useful to you. Matt talked about how far Webmaster Tools has come but they want to continue to make it more useful.

To submit feedback, go to Matt’s blog and leave your feedback.

Matt’s disclaimer:

To be clear, this is just some personal brainstorming–I’m not saying that the Webmaster Tools team will work on any of these. What I’d really like to hear is what you would like to see in 2014, either in Webmaster Tools or from the larger team that works with webmasters and site owners.

Related Topics: Channel: SEO | Google: SEO | Google: Webmaster Central

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  • http://www.dytek3.com/ Daniel Sanchez

    Just did a post on that also, check it out: http://d3.gg/1aJvrnn

  • http://websitecash.net/ Scott McKirahan

    I’d say your suggestion from yesterday – a basic “tool” that shows any detrimental effects from algorithms – should top all things!

  • http://www.internalsoul.com/ Souvik Mallick

    Notification of any algorithmic penalty on WMT would be great :)

  • http://topspot-official.blogspot.com/ Daniel Benny Simanjuntak

    Being able to filter the ranking reports to the URL ranking and other related features would be very useful.

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