Deletions Then we have the deletions tab. I would advise you to be a little careful with that, it is actually a tool to exclude content or pages that you no longer want to index from the search engine. at the beginning, it is a means of communication with Google and this is one of the reverse ways so with this you can say hey I want this url or this piece of content – again at the url level – I don't want anymore index and then you can make a request. the status of such a request and what happens to it.
That can be useful in some cases, but be careful with it because it can also cause you to accidentally remove from the index that is already doing well, for example, on which you you phone number list are have good rankings or whatever. This would not necessarily be the first method to use but can be quite useful in some cases. Optimizations in Google Search Console Well then we talked about the indexing part, I mentioned at the beginning that Search Console also provides a lot of information about optimization.
They've been doing that a lot, especially in recent years. We see here on the left side include site vitality, mobile usability, breadcrumbs, products (if you use that) and and the sitelinks search box. The most important are actually these two, which I also want to focus on in this video. Site vitality Site vitality indicates, especially on mobile, because on mobile I probably don't have to tell you that if you keep the news a bit that mobile is becoming increasingly important for search engines like Google and that they are actually already mobile-first and more preferred to mobile and then to desktop. You can also see that in this.