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Google Webmaster Central Tutorial

Using Google’s Webmaster Central tool you can:

  1. Get Google’s view of your blog and diagnose potential problems;
  2.  See how Google crawls and indexes your blog and find potential problems accessing it;
  3. See how your site is performing;
  4. Learn which queries are driving traffic to your blog;
  5. What position your site is showing for those queries;
  6. Help Google crawl your blog better by submitting an XML sitemap so Google can better understand what pages you have and how frequently they’re updated;
  7. And more…

Written November 18th, 2010 by | 11 Comments | Filed under: Blog Tips, SEO Tips, Search Engine Tips, Videos ,

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