The way to use Google Search Console to enhance your website's search outcomes efficiency

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The way to use Google Search Console to enhance your website's search outcomes efficiency

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Digital marketing expert David Sayce runs us through his process of using Google Search Console to identify and improve underperforming pages so they rank better in the Google search results.

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If you own a website, you need it to rank highly in Google. Otherwise there’s no real point in having the site, right?

Here’s the thing though, while a lot of us understand the need for content to rank better, there’s a whole technical SEO layer that is intimidating and confusing.

What’s worse, if you can’t get a handle on the technical side of things, even the best content won’t rank #1 in the SERPs.

Thankfully, improving the technical aspects of your sites and pages doesn’t have to be confusing.

In this interview, David Sayce – an SEO Consultant – runs us through a few of the simple but highly effective methods he uses to identify underperforming assets.

We only use Google Search Console for this, and David explains in wonderfully clear detail, not just how to find blog posts to improve, but also a few simple things you can do to bump up the CTR and rankings.

If you want to get better at Google Search Console and rank your articles higher, watch this.


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