Google has rolled out a simplified tool for managing and understanding your Google Search results. To me, it looks like a few of the functions of webmaster tools brought out for the masses and made butt-simple to use. Let’s look at what’s available in the “beta” of the Google Search Console.
First up, is your sitemap loaded? If not, you can submit a new one here. Are there any errors?
Four very simple reporting factors for your organic search performance.
I love how my average position has been trending up in the last three months. WIN!
Are there any errors?
And what’s my overall performance looking like?
While you can get a lot of this information from Webmaster tools, Google has built a dashboard that your executive will be able to use without much training. And the good news is, here in the Google Search Console, an inexperienced client cannot do much damage, nor uncover the deep science of Google Search that might require more training and explanations.
We’re all trying to get our jobs done. Google goes in the right direction with Google Search Console. This is a reporting tool I can, absolutely, give to clients. Everyone needs to do better with our organic search. Google wants to help. With the Search Console, I believe they have.
Here’s why it’s a “beta”
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