You’re serious about to attract search engine traffic, it required to sign up for a Google Webmaster Tools account. In this tutorial I am guide you how. Google’s Webmaster Tools (GWT) is free online software that help you to understand what happend with your website. It’s a partner to Google Analytics (GA) but more focused on the technical side of your website: it’s less concerned with business or marketing. So, for its example, if Google wants to send you a message about your blog or site, it will make contact with you via your GWT account.
Set up a Google account
If you cann’t have already a Google account, you’ll need to sign up first.
Just go to Google.com and click on ‘You’. Then sign up for an account
This will give you a Gmail address as well as access to other Google applications.
Next, set up a Webmaster Tools account
To set up Webmaster Tools, visit this Url http://www.google.com/webmasters/tools and log in with your Google account – preferably the same one you use for GA.
Click ‘Add a Site’. And enter your site’s URL.
Next, you’ll need to verify that’s your site. You’ll be give diffrent type options, but the easiest way is to verify through your GA account.
For this smoothly happen, it required to be an administrator of the Gmail account (if you’ve only got ‘User’ permissions; ask the site’s Administrator to upgrade you).
That’s it. Your account should be authorized and ready to use. When you setting up Webmaster Tools for the first time, it’s take a few days for data to Indexed.
Submit A Site/Blog sitemap in Urdu and Hindi with Video Tutorial
Once your site/Blog is verified, you should create and submit your site/blog sitemap through the WMT interface. A sitemap is a simple file that will tell Google what pages you have on your website. You can find out more detail about sitemaps here.
If you’r site/blog on WordPress, it’s worth installing the XML sitemaps plugin which will build an XML sitemap for you. There’s loads more to learn about Webmaster Tools, most of our friends at KISS metrics have produced a useful guide And, if you haven’t already work so, it’s worth checking out Wordtracker’s guide to setting up Google Analytics.
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