Tag Archives: Google Search Console
[New Guide] 15 Stratagems to Boost Your CTR in Google

How to boost your CTR in Google.

When your site appears in Google for any search query, it’s called an impression. Then what is click-through rate (or CTR)? It’s the number of clicks on your search results divided by the number of impressions, and then multiplied by 100%. Or much shorter and prettier as a math formula:

CTR = Clicks/Impressions * 100%

Organic CTR is extremely important. Not only does it represent your site’s popularity with the users and the quality of your search snippets’ optimization, but Google also uses it to determine your ranking positions. If your CTR is high, Google moves you up in rankings. If users don’t give you clicks, you’ll be pushed down even from the #1 position as Google will realize your site isn’t relevant to them. That’s why you want your click-through rates to be reasonably high at all times.
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6 Ways to Empower Your SEO with Google Search Console

I am pretty sure that one of the dreams from the “Top 10 list of SEOers dreams” is to get data from Google itself. Google shares invaluable insights with site owners through Google Analytics, Google Search Console, PageSpeed Insights, etc. Your task is to interpret the data and get insights.

How to use Google Search Console to improve SEO

How using Google Search Console for SEO will improve your business

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How to Use Search Query Data from Your Google Webmaster Tools

Google started the year by announcing that they’ve updated one of the most popular features in their Webmaster Tools: data in the search queries features will no longer be rounded.

Go to your Google Webmaster Tools account, click ‘Search Traffic’ on the left-hand menu, and then click ‘Search Queries’. Here you will see Google web search queries that returned at least one page from your website. This report shows these “impressions” together with the times when users visited your site – the “clicks” – and displays these for the last 90 days.
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