Tag Archives: webmaster tools

The Best Backlink Analysis Tools Reviewed

Hello. Today I’m going to talk about my top five Backlink analysis tools. Now, these are the tools that I use every time I’m carrying out a Backlink analysis or a link audit. There are many more out there, but these are just the ones I choose to use every time because they help you… Read More »

Add a sitemap for more than 50,000 URLs – SEO Snippets

[MUSIC PLAYING] JOHN MUELLER: Today’s question is about sitemap files. Mike from India asks, how do we add a sitemap for more than 50,000 URLs? Sitemap files are a great way to make your content known to Google and to other search engines. However, they’re limited to 50,000 URLs per file. What do you do… Read More »

How to Increase SEO Rank Using Google Webmaster Tools

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Using Fetch as Google – SEO tutorial

Fetch as Google, part of the Google Search Console, lets you simulate how Google will render a published page, and it’ll also let you submit your pages to Google’s index. The goal of course being, to get your site or changes to your site up on Google as quickly and efficiently as possible. Now Google’s… Read More »

Do fixed penalties affect SEO?

[MUSIC PLAYING] JOHN MUELLER: Today’s question is from Switzerland. Michael asks, I had a penalty, and I fixed it. Will Google hold a grudge? First off, at Google we call them manual actions, not penalties, since they’re generally applied manually by a team here, and they don’t always have a negative effect on a site… Read More »

Google Search Console: What should I do with old 404 errors?

JOHN MUELLER: Today’s question comes from San Francisco. What should I do with 404s in Search Console that are from ancient versions of my site? So sites evolve over time, URLs change, you add redirect, redirects get dropped over the years. Sometimes URLs are just no longer needed. These URLs end up returning 404, so… Read More »