🤖Bulk URL Inspection Google Search Console Tool

Bulk Inspection of URLs in Google Search Console: Conduct bulk inspections on URLs within Google Search Console to identify and resolve issues efficiently.

Step 1: Install a Chrome Extension

🏂pageHow to Install

Step 2: Configure the Google JSON Key and Grant Permissions

🥳pageHow to Get a Google JSON Key

Step 3: Use the Bulk URL Inspection Google Search Console Tool

After installing the Chrome extension and configuring the Google JSON key with the necessary permissions, you're ready to start using the Bulk URL Inspection tool in Google Search Console.

To begin using the Bulk URL Inspection tool, follow these steps:

  1. Open the extension.

  2. Click on the Indexing menu.

  3. Select the Bulk URL Inspection tab.

  4. Ensure you select the service account which was granted access to the site you want to inspect.

  5. Enter the URLs you wish to inspect.

  6. Click Start Inspection.

By following these steps, you can efficiently inspect multiple URLs in Google Search Console, saving time and streamlining your SEO analysis and maintenance tasks.

FAQs

Q: What is the Bulk URL Inspection tool? A: The Bulk URL Inspection tool is an extension for Google Chrome that allows users to inspect multiple URLs in Google Search Console at once, streamlining SEO analysis and maintenance tasks.

Q: Do I need a Google JSON key to use the Bulk URL Inspection tool? A: Yes, you need to configure the Google JSON key with the necessary permissions for the Bulk URL Inspection tool to access and inspect URLs in Google Search Console.

Q: Can I use the Bulk URL Inspection tool for any website? A: You can use the tool for any website as long as the service account associated with the Google JSON key has been granted access to the site you want to inspect.

Q: How many URLs can I inspect at once with the tool? A: The tool allows you to inspect up to 1000 URLs per day. This limit is influenced by the extension's capabilities and the Google Search Console's API rate limits. For detailed information, it's recommended to consult the tool's documentation.

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