I’m sure you must look at your Google Search Console report every week if not months. At Crunchify, we look at Google Search Console report usually
twice a week.
I’ve setup a reminder for me to check for usually below common things every Monday and Thursday morning 🙂
- Links to Your Site
- Manual Actions
- Index Status
- Crawl Errors
- Crawl Stats
- robots.txt tester
These are the key metrics every webmaster should check every week. This gives you atleast
piece of mind if you don’t see any issue on your site.
Some must be thinking – why Crawl Stats?
Take a look at this screenshot:
We moved Crunchify.com site over to HTTPS early May 2017. Transition happened smoothly. Follow our all in one steps to move WordPress site over to HTTPS if you are still running your site with HTTP.
As you see here – page downloading time in milliseconds decreased drastically after moving over to HTTPS. It reached as low as
That’s amazing and I’m really happy with the result as now most of the browser and CDN companies are supporting HTTP/2 protocol.
This graph will also help you to
find bad plugins which enabled recently by you and which causes high page load time 🙂
What is Ad Experience Report?
This is all about the Ad Experience Report.
Now let’s switch a gear and discuss
Ad Experience Report. What is it? Well, I noticed it today under
Webmaster Web Tools and saw report for Crunchify.
Here is a handy URL: https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/ad-experience-desktop?siteUrl=https://crunchify.com/
siteUrl value with your site.
Ad Experience Report is a tool which tells you how you are using your Adsense ads and other pop-up ads. If it’s blocking some of the common user behaviors then it will give you detailed message with corrective steps.
I would suggest all Webmasters to start checking this page too to avoid any unnoticed changes on site. This is kind of
warning result by Google before they start de-indexing your site in Search Result Page.