how to google search console effects on sites?

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Can anyone tell me how google search console works on sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author SEONinjaa
    Google search console is used to analyze the keywords which is coming on our website from search engine. Google search console shows search appearance, search traffic, crawl errors, Google Index and many more. It helps to find out the relevant keywords for the site and also find the crawl errors.
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  • Profile picture of the author prakashmalhotra
    Google search console works according to the website content & the keyword that has been searched mostly on the search engine. If a keyword is in your website & used for many times, and the same has been searched on Google in different cities, then your marketing strategy starts working here & will lift your website from bottom to the top of search list.

    Google will fetch the details related to the searched keyword & help you to list at the top if your website is being searched mostly. The only thing that you need to do is, strengthen the marketing for your website so that it can help your viewers to view your website easily.
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  • Profile picture of the author Miroslav Chodak
    Crazy Egg just published an introductory article to Google Search Console:
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    Google search console does nothing to help your website rank, unless you consider submitting your site and sitemaps vital to ranking (they aren't). Like Google Analytics, it also does practically nothing to help you see how your keywords are performing (most are hidden now). What it does do is help you see if there are particular site health issues that you might need to address.
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