Google Search Console
Google Search Console is a collection of tools and resources to help website owners, webmasters, marketers and SEO professionals monitor website performance in the Google search index.
Features include information about search appearance, search traffic, technical status updates, crawl data and additional educational resources.
Google Search Console was formerly known as Google Webmaster Tools until taking the current name in 2015.
We invite you to read our guides and tips for using Google Search Console, along with the latest news and feature updates.
Google Search Organization markup adds name, address, contact information, and other business identifiers
Google has updated the Search Console and Rich Results test reporting to support these new additions.
These new reports will show you issues with products not showing on Search and changes in visibility of your product listings.
Some SEOs began to notice a spike in errors and issues being reported by Google Search Console. Google said it is not an issue, but a reporting change.
This new report is designed to help those who have not associated their Search Console Insights property to their Google Analytics property.
Some have been wondering why their mobile-friendly sites are being crawled using the desktop crawler, well, it might be a reporting bug.
Google has added a new Google crawler to its list, this one is uses for testing tools you use in Search Console or other Google properties.
Learn potential reasons why you're seeing this status in Google Search Console, plus ways to address related crawling and indexing issues.