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Google Officially Launches Webmaster Tools International Targeting

It has been announced by Google that the new features that were reported by Search Engine Land are called International Targeting. What does International Targeting reports do within Google Webmaster Tools?  In a nutshell, It helps webmasters debug common issues with any implementation of href-lang.    This markup will enable Google and other search engines [...]

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6 Ways Google Webmaster Tools Can Improve Your SEO Strategy

You know that everybody who's anybody in SEO will be using Google Webmaster Tools (GWT) to see everything that goes on behind the scenes of a website.  With GWT, an SEO can analyze the technical aspects of a site, including crawl stats, pages errors and rich snippets. Susan Kelly also recommends using GWT to not only [...]

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Webmaster Tools Reporting Should Return To Normal In Coming Days

Webmaster Tools by Google has been acting up lately.  The search query reports are quite delayed, but Google has stated that we can "expect reporting to return to normal in the coming days." Apparently this is a "bug" for Google's tool.  The reporting tool stopped showing data on September 23rd.  Coincidentally, this came after Google [...]

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