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Google Search Console[2] is a free service offered by Google[6] that helps site web[7] owners, SEO professionals, and developers monitor and maintain their site’s presence in Recherche Google[4] results. It provides valuable insights into how Google’s search engine[5] sees your site and aids in troubleshooting and improving the visibility of your sites. Some of its key features include the ability to submit and check sitemaps, view Googlebot access statistics, receive alerts on indexing, spam, or other issues, and examine which sites link to your website. Additionally, it offers tools for setting a preferred domain for search engine results page[1] (SERP) display, highlighting structured data for search entries, accessing site speed reports, APIs for listings and crawl errors, and security[8] checks for hacking and malware[9]. Google Search Console also provides connections to other Google resources like Google Analytics[3], Google Insights for Search, and Google Tag Manager.

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1. search engine results page. A Search Engine Results Page (SERP) is a list of web pages shown by a search engine in response to a specific keyword query made by the user. The main parts of a SERP include organic search results, query, and advertisements. Organic results refer to the listings generated by the search engine's algorithm based on relevance to the user's search query. On the other hand, sponsored results or advertisements, are paid listings that appear above organic results. SERPs also feature rich snippets, which provide a brief summary of the webpage's content to give users a quick overview. These results are typically shown on major search engines like Google, Yahoo!, Bing, Petal, Sogou, among others. Understanding SERPs and how they work is essential for enhancing user experience and tailoring search results to user needs.
2. Google Search Console ( Google Search Console )
1 Google Search Console is a beneficial tool provided by Google that serves as a health checkup for your website. It offers a variety of features to help you monitor your site's performance and resolve any issues. You can submit a sitemap for Google to crawl and index your site, view statistics related to Googlebot's access to your site, and receive notifications about indexing, spam, or other site problems. The console also lets you see which sites are linking to yours and helps you manage your robots.txt files. Additionally, it links to other useful tools such as Bing Webmaster Tools, Google Insights for Search, Google Analytics, Schema.org, and Google Tag Manager. The console also provides references for further learning and external links to relevant resources such as documentation for improving SEO and the official Google Webmaster Central Blog.
2 Google Search Console is a free service offered by Google that helps website owners, SEO professionals, and developers monitor and maintain their site's presence in Google Search results. It provides valuable insights into how Google's search engine sees your site and aids in troubleshooting and improving the visibility of your sites. Some of its key features include the ability to submit and check sitemaps, view Googlebot access statistics, receive alerts on indexing, spam, or other issues, and examine which sites link to your website. Additionally, it offers tools for setting a preferred domain for search engine results page (SERP) display, highlighting structured data for search entries, accessing site speed reports, APIs for listings and crawl errors, and security checks for hacking and malware. Google Search Console also provides connections to other Google resources like Google Analytics, Google Insights for Search, and Google Tag Manager.

Google Search Console (formerly Google Webmaster Tools) is a web service by Google which allows webmasters to check indexing status, search queries, crawling errors and optimize visibility of their websites.

Google Search Console
Type de site
Webmaster outils
PropriétaireGoogle
URLsearch.google.com/search-console
Commercialyes
Lancé2006; 18 years ago (2006)

Until 20 May 2015, the service was called Google Webmaster Tools. In January 2018, Google introduced a new version of the search console, with changes to the user interface. In September 2019, old Search Console reports, including the home and dashboard pages, were removed.

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