TOP Google Technical SEO Tools for Agencies

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There is a lot of technical SEO tools for agencies.The Essential tools of technical SEO tools that every SEO professional should become familiar with.

Google Search Console

The Best of any SEO should be the Google Search Console.The new version replaced with many old features it added data, features, and reports. It is a free service provided by Google that helps you monitor and maintain your site’s presence in Google Search results page(SERP)

Who should use the Search Console?

  • Business owner & App Developer and Web Develope
  • SEO specialist or marketer

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a web analytics service offered by  that tracks and reports website traffic, currently as a platform inside the Google Marketing Platform brand. Google launched the service in November 2005 after acquiringGoogle Analytics is now the most widely used web analytics service on the Internet. Google Analytics also provides an SDK that allows gathering usage data from iOS and Apps, known as Google Analytics for Mobile Apps,Google Page Speed is a family of tools by website’s performance optimizations It was introduced at Developer Conference in 2010. There are four main components of Page Speed family tools: also known as mod_page speed,Page Speed Insights Page Speed Service and Page Speed Chrome Dev Tools extension. All of these components are built to identify faults in a website’s compliance with Google’s Web Performance Best Practices, as well as automate the adjustment process.

Google Mobile-Friendly Testing Tool & Google’s Structured Data Testing Tool

  • For any website audit, determining a website’s mobile technical aspects is also critical.
  • Google’s Mobile-Friendly Testing tool can give you insights into a website’s mobile implementation.
  • The Structured data testing tool performs one function and one function well:
  • It helps you test Schema structured data markup against the known data from that Google supports.
  • This is a fantastic way to identify issues with your Schema coding before the code is implemented.
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