Google Search Console tool lets you have access to a variety of crawl-related reports and tools allowing you to gain insights into how Googlebot crawls and indexes your website. These reports will help you develop better understanding how Googlebot interacts with your site and at the same time identifying potential issues that probably may affect your site’s visibility in results provided by google search. Some of these major crawl related reports and tools in Google search console are mentioned below:

  • Coverage Report: This report lets you know about your website’s indexing status. It gives you access to the number of pages indexed, any pages with errors, and those that have been excluded from search results. You can even know which pages are not indexed and also the reasons like ‘excluded by no-index tag’ and so on
  • URL Inspection Tool:From this feature You can check the indexing status of specific URLs on your website. It provides detailed information about how Googlebot sees and crawls a particular page. And again from here you can also send request for indexing the concerned page manually.
  • Crawl Stats: This report lets you know how often Googlebot crawls your site, the response times it encounters, and the pages visited by Googlebot.
  • Sitemaps: You can submit XML sitemaps to Google Search Console, enabling Googlebot discover and crawl your pages more efficiently. The Sitemaps report shows the status of submitted sitemaps and the number of indexed URLs.
  • Fetch as Google: . Fromm this feature you can fetch a specific url in your website as Googlebot does and this in turn will enable you to see how Google renders it. This can help you identify any rendering or indexing issues
  • Mobile Usability: From this report you can gather information about the performance of your website in mobile devices, also highlighting issues posing hindrances in mobile users’ experience.
  • Structured Data: You can use this report to check if Google can correctly understand and process the structured data (schema markup) on your site.
  • Security Issues: Google Search Console also notifies you of any security-related issues that might affect your site’s performance in search results. And again you can also solve the concerned issue by mailing to Google.

Let’s conclude facts about what Google search console crawl reports let you monitor:

From all these reports and tools as mentioned above, you will be able to monitor how Googlebot interacts with your website, identify and address any crawl or indexing issues, and optimize your site for better visibility in Google’s search results.Always remember, that for access to all of these, you will have to verify the ownership of your site in google search console.


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