Google has changed the search queries reports in Webmaster Tools. Here are the details and links: http://searchengineland.com/google-offi … ols-220421
I like the new Search Analytics. It's easier to navigate and select the information we want to see. It's useful to compare impressions in SERPs to actual clicks. I also like that we can easily see the sites that have links to our hubs and check to see if they are useful incoming links. There's much more and I have only begun to make use of the new filtering features.
Webmaster tools is double dutch to me. I've just given up trying to follow anything
by Scott Bateman17 months ago
I would like to direct this post to the HP staff. I had my HP account set up in Google Webmaster Tools when the subdomain was promisem.hubpages.com. Now that the address is http://hubpages.com/@promisem, the GWT reports...
by LindaSmith13 years ago
The Google Webmaster Tools provides a page rank number for pages that they have listed for you. Are these true numbers. If they say Page 2 for a particular hub, does that mean it is on Page 2 of Google...
by Seckin Esen5 years ago
Do you use Google Webmaster Tools?
by Ceres Schwarz4 years ago
Hello. I have some questions regarding Google Analytics and Webmaster tools. Any help is greatly appreciated. When I checked my webmaster tools, I saw a lot of URL errors, a 404 crawl error because apparently...
by Blake Flannery5 years ago
This is just one example of many errors showing up in Google webmaster tools that appear to have category information added into the url of my hub creating a link to a non-existent hub. In the link below,...
by Jean DAndrea3 years ago
For a couple of weeks now, I've been trying without success to add a sitemap to Google Webmaster Tools. Every time I test or submit the map, I get a 404 error.I've done this process before for other sites...
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