After months of testing, Google has released the new Search Analytics report within Google Webmaster Tools – take it for a deep dive.
Google officially launched this morning the new Search Analytics report within Google Webmaster Tools.
The Search Analytics report will ultimately replace the Search Queries report in about three-months when Google removes the Search Queries report from the feature from the tool. Search Analytics does pretty much everything the Search Queries report did plus gives you a lot more data and filtering options. Google has been working on it for a long long time, opening up an alpha test to webmasters back January and then webmasters being approved for that test in February, with another roll out in mid-April.
All website owners are aware of the impact of high search engine rankings on their sites. You can raise your search engine ranking by using the strategies described in the following article.
First, you should learn the ins and outs of SEO. Search engine spiders are responsible for ranking your webpage. There are automatic programs that sort the websites using predefined equations and a set of complex algorithms. Those interested in search engine optimization have figured out some of the tricks required to get the search engine software to favor your site. It is possible to do this with both new sites and existing ones.
Search engine rankings are influenced by a number of things. The keywords in your content and site titles are looked at. The activity on the site and your internal and external link structure also factor in to your search engine ranking.
Getting a higher ranking in the search engines is something that takes time. Look at these computers like they are your customers, you want to make sure that your website design caters to them as well as humans. You will increase the relevance of your website by adding keywords.