Google actually immediately gives you an overview of how many pages have been indexed, but you also see the progress and, for example, is there a sudden drop in the number of indexed pages and then you immediately have to look at 'what is there? happened?'. Why has Google suddenly indexed far fewer pages of my website? What is the solution? What can we do about that? Also the pace experience report, where the core web vitals can see the real user experience people have on your site. Also very important are suddenly a lot of bad URLs, are there suddenly a lot of problems with CLS or LCP, has something happened on the site that has slowed it down.
Do users suddenly have a lesser experience? That report is also very important month to month. Is that all right, sure good to check? The last is the crawl statistics, which things Singapore phone number list to you can find under settings, crawl statistics. 'How often does Googlebot visit your website' is also a very nice one to check, and for what purpose is it going to renew or is it busy finding new pages. Even if you make changes to your website, it is very important that Googlebot regularly visits your site to pick up this change, otherwise they will not see it and that would be a shame, so with the crawl statistics you can actually keep an eye on: how many times.
Googlebot visited my site. Google Analytics In addition to Google Search Console, there is of course also Google Analytics and Google Analytics also shows you the behavior in addition to the number of people who came to your website organically, so metrics such as bounce percentage or pages per session or time on page are very important metrics. and with which you can see when visitors land on your page from Google. Do you give them the right user experience.