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This article was published on May 20, 2015

Google introduces Search Console, a rebranded version of Webmaster Tools

Google introduces Search Console, a rebranded version of Webmaster Tools
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Google unveiled its rebranded Webmaster Tools today in the form of the new Search Console.

The company said in a blog post that it wants to widen the appeal of its Webmaster Tools to include “everyone who cares about search.”

 

The company still offers its analytics tools, but they have been adjusted to make them easier to use for non-webmasters.

Google has said it is rolling out the updated version over the coming weeks, but if you’re eager, you can get started right now at g.co/SearchConsole.

➤ Announcing Google Search Console – the new Webmaster Tools [Google via VentureBeat]

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