This is the most important part of SEO, here you can read all about Technical SEO or say technical part on-page SEO.
Sign up for Google Search Console
A search console is where you can monitor your site’s performance, identify issues, and monitor backlinks. This is also where Google will communicate with you should anything go wrong. Here are the key things you should set up and regularly check in Search Console.
Set your preferred domain:
your site shows up in search results with the www prefix or without it.
This is where Search Console will recommend any improvements to your meta descriptions and title tags, as well as inform you of any non-indexable content.
Links to your site:
Here you can see the domains that link to your site and its content the most, as well as your most linked web pages.
Google will inform you if it has administered a manual action to your site or specific webpage.
Make sure you are targeting your preferred audience based on language and country.
This lets you know how many pages of your website are currently included in Google’s index .you can quickly see any worrying trends, as well as any pages that have been blocked by robots or removed.
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Crawl errors :
This report shows all the errors that Google has found when crawling your site over the last 90 days.
Robots.txt editor :
This is where you can edit your robots.txt and check for errors. The bottom of the page reveals your errors and warnings.
Sign up for Google Analytics
Google Analytics is a free service that tracks and reports website traffic. Providing insight into the demographics of the site visitors, the performance of a specific campaign, and how long people are staying on your site. Make sure Google Analytics or the analytics package you are using, is set up and ready to go from day one so you can measure and analyze traffic to your site.
Test Site Speed
Use Google’s own site speed test tool to check how quickly your website loads and implement any changes it recommends.
You Website Is Mobile Friendly :
your website and its content are equally optimized for any given screen size or device? Bear in mind that Google has stated that responsive design is its preferred method of mobile optimization. look through our thorough mobile-friendly checklist to help fix any problems.
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