Webinar Recording: Google Search Console for Repositories
Google Search Console, or GSC in short, is a free tool to assess how well a website is performing in Google Search.
The information GSC provides can lead you to solutions for issues with indexing you may not even knew you had. Learn to connect the dots between having the publications online in your repository, and search engines leading users to your content.
This webinar aims to cover:
- Assessing the performance and coverage of your Repository in Google Search
- Submitting individual pages to fast-track indexing
- Submitting your sitemap
- Tracking indexing progress for your sitemap
- GSC relevance for Google Scholar indexing
To get most out of this webinar, it is recommended that you already setup Google Search Console for your repository. Verifying ownership of your repository has become very efficient, especially if you already have access to Google Analytics.
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