You will need a Google Webmaster tools account to access this analysis. Once you are logged in Select your site > click Diagnostics link in the menu > Click Content Analysis.
The Content Analysis page will show issues that may make it difficult for Google to crawl and index pages on your site.
Data that may be included on this page includes:
- Page Title issues: Potential problems with the title tag on your pages, such as missing or repeated page titles.
- Meta description issues: Potential problems with missing, duplicate, or otherwise problematic meta descriptions.
- Non-indexable content issues: Issues with Pages containing non-indexable content, such as Flash files, video, or images.
Review this report regularly to identify changes that potentially increase your rankings in Google search results pages, can improve the user experience and even help drive more traffic to your site.
Did you know that you can now tell Google which country or geographic location your website should be associated with? You can set the geographic location via the Google Webmaster Tools.
Via the Google Webmaster Central Blog :
“The information you give us will help us determine how your site appears in our country-specific search results, and also improves our search results for geographic queries.”
Thats right Google Reader finally has a search box. I had been wishing for a search box for ages and finally its here.
Reader Search lets you use keywords to find items in your subscriptions. If you subscribe to someone’s shared items, it’ll search those too.
Other Reader enhancements:
- You can now hide the side navigation by clicking on the separator to its right.
- Unread counts now go to 1,000
- Reader now behaves like every other web page and lets you use the forward and back buttons to move between folders and subscriptions that you’ve navigated to.