Google Wants Feedback On Search Console Messages & Notifications
Frustrated with the messaging from Google's Search Console? Google wants to hear your feedback on how to make it better.
Google’s Mariya Moeva is seeking feedback on how the Google Search Console can do better at sending out messages and notifications to webmasters and those who verify their websites in the Google Search Console.
Mariya Moeva said, “We want to hear from you” on “how to improve the type of information we share with you.”
The survey can be accessed over here, and it starts off asking if your role is webmaster, SEO, marketer, etc. It then goes into more detail, asking how many sites you manage, how many messages you get per week, if you read them, where you read those messages, which ones you act on versus which ones you ignore, and why you might skip acting on them.
Clearly, Google is looking for ways to make the messaging through the Google Search Console better. Recently, Google announced they will reduce the notifications one sees based on which sites they technically own within the Google Search Console.
Complete the survey over here.
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