🌠21+ Thrilling Ways to Master Google Search Consoles?

Ever wake up one morning and think to yourself:

“Jeepers self, if only I could discover enough about Google Search (and its beloved console) so I could understand how people are finding my site!”

If so you’re definitely not alone – the more you know about what pages attract the most organic searches, the better you can improve your conversions!

That’s why you’ll love the following (and be sure to return back once you’re done so you can benefit from the goodies I uncovered for you):

databox.com/google-search-console-filters

There, you’ll discover:

“…The filters you set up in Google Search Console to sift through data and your performance are Google Search Console Filters. These help you group data, so it’s easy to analyze and understand how you’re doing.

For instance, you can filter data based on the branded keywords they contain. By applying the filter, you can see pages containing branded keywords in a jiffy instead of keeping a manual record of pages that include branded keywords.

The good news is that there are tons of filters you can use in Google Search Console.

As Robin Madelain of Etias-Europe points out, “While filtering the data and pages on Google Search Console, you have to know that there are various kinds available for your use. You can filter your searches according to images, videos, articles, news, etc. You can also filter by dimensions such as country, ISO code, page, device, etc. After selecting the dimension, you can filter via four operators: contains, equals, does not equal, dos not contain.”…”

and

“… For setting up a filter in Google Search Console Filter, you need to add three variable:

Dimension name: This is the value that you want to filter. The dimensions you can filter are country (specify country by 3-letter country code), device (choose from desktop, mobile, and tablet), page (by adding a specific URL string), and query (by adding a specific query string).

Operator: This indicates whether you want the specified value to match the dimension value. To indicate your preference, choose from the following four options: contains (the value must contain or be equal to your value), equal (the values should be an exact match), nonContains (the value must not contain the expression), and nonEquals (the values need not be exact matches).

Expression value: Lastly, the expression value is the value for the filter to match or exclude according to the operator. For country dimension, this must be a 3-letter country code. For query and page dimensions, the expression value can be any string, such as any keywords or page URL on your website. As for the device dimension, there are three supported values: mobile, desktop, and tablet….”

and more!

Mastering the Google Search Console is a topic that could make for a grand challenge, cheatsheet, tutorial and more. You could structure it like so:

Step 1.) Register with Google Search Console

Need help with that? Consider:

support.google.com/webmasters/answer/9274190?hl=en

kinsta.com/blog/google-search-console/

www.wpbeginner.com/beginners-guide/how-to-add-your-wordpress-site-to-google-webmaster-tools/

Next, move to:

Step 2.) Familiarize yourself with beginners ideas

Need resources for that? Consider:

yoast.com/beginners-guide-to-google-search-console/

neilpatel.com/blog/beginners-guide-to-google-webmaster-tools/

ahrefs.com/blog/google-search-console/

Finally, move to:

Step 3.) Familiarize yourself with advanced ideas

Need resources for that? Consider:

databox.com/ideas-for-improving-seo-with-google-search-console

www.wpbeginner.com/beginners-guide/google-search-console-ultimate-guide/

backlinko.com/google-search-console

Good stuff!

Your takeaway?

Understanding the data presented in your Google Search Console can improve your free traffic online….

Why not take advantage of that today?

Enjoy!

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