Google Webmaster Tools = SEO Update

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So if you have been following my blogs you would have noticed I recently signed up for Google Webmaster Tools and added most of my websites to their services. Today I will be looking at what has happened so far to date and how it’s benefiting me to do this process. So let’s have quick look at the most noticeable changes in my Google Webmaster account Dashboard

The first thing I noticed was Googlebot last successfully accessed your home page on Dec 15, 2007. Which means it has now cached all the information here at Search Engine Optimization Marketing, for use when people are searching at

Let’s move on from here and have a look at the changes that took place in the Diagnostics section specifically the Content Analysis! This is an extremely important part to keep an eye on because f anything is stopping the Googlebot from searching your site they will notify you here. Regarding seomkt it’s all good and I have zero issues with my site!

Let’s now move on to Statistics! In this section you will have many things to look at including Top Search Queries, What GoogleBot sees, and a few other options as well. I personally think only the ones I mentioned are of importance.

Top search queries

In this section you will learn what keywords are generating traffic to your website from You can look at all the information collected on a week, 2week or monthly basis. I lost the screen shots but I will take some more soon sorry 🙁


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9 CommentsLeave a Comment

  1. Jack Kennard says:

    I like to use google analytics for the site stats and the webmaster tools for listing the xml sitemaps and checking my code. I will pay more attention to the Statistics area the next time.

  2. Karlonia says:

    Yes, the Google Webmaster Tools section is a good source of information for monitoring what is going on with your site. Not only can you see how often Google is crawling your pages, but you can get information about who is linking to your site and what kinds of keywords you’re ranking for in the search results pages.

  3. bbrian017 says:

    Glad you enjoy the article! I’m using the Google Webmaster Tools and I’m enjoying monitoring what search terms brings traffic.

  4. Jason says:

    A very useful tool. I have been using it for a while now. Analytics is also a great one to check out.

  5. bbrian017 says:

    @ Jason – I agree it’s an amazing tool and sometimes I wonder why it’s free!

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  6. Daniel says:

    It’s important to track and analyze the statistic regulary to improve and update your marketing and optimization methods.

  7. Charles says:

    It’s really remarkable how many free reports Google supplies you with if you just are curious enough to dig in and look. Noticed the other day that they have a ‘speed test’ on there now that will actually keep track of how quickly your pages are loading. We found a glitch in some of our CSS on an obscure page that was causing it to load five times slower than anything else. I doubt we would’ve ever noticed it if not for that. Love Google.
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