In episode #1327, we talk about new features that Google Search Console has recently released! Google Search console is only going to get stronger, so now is a great time to get on it if you aren’t already. We talk about how it shows you your overall site speed, the great Discover section, and some other new pieces that relate to mobile usability. Our conversation also covers how it will make your site more searchable and how schema mark up is broken into subsections now. If you have software that leverages Search Console or if you’re looking for a quick introduction to the platform, tune in today!
TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
[00:25] Today’s topic: Some New Features that Google Search Console has Recently Released.
[00:54] The new visibility of overall site speed and tweaking site speed using it.
[01:54] AMP pages in relation to site speed and pages which support mobile.
[02:10] How great the Discover section is, provided you get a lot of traffic.
[02:27] New sections to take a look at: the APM section, mobile usability pages.
[02:45] How Google will make your site more searchable to job seekers.
[03:06] Other new features: a video section, structured data, site links, FAQ, etc.
[03:45] Faster arrival time that search data is shown in and the ability to change the date range.
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