The first step with getting traffic via Google is to be seen by Google.
Let us say, you have created a website, either yourself, or via a hired web developer.
Your site is live, and you can access it by typing the address in the browser.
Does that mean Google knows about your site.?
The answer is NO.
You have to let Google know that your site exists.
For that you have to go to ‘Google Search Console‘, and follow a few simple steps to submit your site to Google.
And Wait.. And Wait.. And Wait..!
Google takes anywhere from few days to up to 2 weeks for a new site to be crawled and indexed.
Wait, what is crawling.? And what is indexing anyway.?
Crawling is when Google ‘sees’ your site.
Indexing is when Google makes ‘notes’ about your site.
So that it can show your site when users are asking it questions.
Exploring Search Console
Google’s search console keeps evolving over time.
They keep adding new and new headings under which your site is analyzed.
But the bottom line is this.
Google wants to
- Read your site easier
- Tell you if your site is fast
- Warn you about violations of their guidelines
- Tell you what you are ranking for
Importance of Search Console Auditing
When you start doing SEO work, you will come across many third party tools like SemRush, Ahrefs etc that are recommended for you to rank.
But let us tell you something.
There is no more important tool than Google Search Console (GSC), when it comes to launching your SEO work.
Every heading and every subheading in GSC is extremely important to study, understand, analyze and optimize.
If you have the time and patience, you can read about each and every one of them and do the important ground work yourself.
Trust me, it is a rewarding work.
And remember, any component of SEO is not a one-time task.
Some tasks need to be done once every week, some tasks once every month, some tasks once every 6 months and so on.
GSC auditing is something that should ideally be done once every month, if you regularly update your site with new content or new products.
Delegate to Us
If you do not have the time, or if you don’t want to be bothered about these technicalities, don’t worry.
Trust us to do the submitting and auditing of your Google Search Console, so that your site stays sharp, in the eyes of Google.
Search Console Auditing
- Get your site indexed by Google
- Submitting of sitemaps
- Validation of Structured Data
- Identify crawl errors
- Analyze PageSpeed results
- Access to Google Search Console
- Access to DNS service ( GoDaddy, CloudFlare etc )
- You can ask your web developer to do make the configuration changes, or we can do it for you.
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