If the name “Google Webmaster Tools” rings a bell, then you might already know what Google Search Console is. Since Google Webmaster Tools (GWT) became a necessary tool for different types of people besides webmasters — marketing professionals, SEOs, app developers, business owners, and designers, to name some — Google changed the name of it to be more generalized to its diverse group of users.
If you haven’t heard of GWT or Google Search Console, let’s go back to the beginning.
Google Search Console is a “no-cost service” that lets you learn a great deal of information about your website and the audience who visit it. You can use it to discover how many people are visiting your site, how they are finding it, whether more people are visiting your site on a mobile device or desktop computer, and which pages on your site are the most visited. It can also assist you in finding and fixing website errors, submitting a sitemap, and creating and checking robots.txt file.