Go Daddy Partners with Google for Webmaster Tools

Nov 15, 2007 - 9:40 am 0 by

Google announced earlier this week that now Go Daddy subscribers can take full advantage of Google's Webmaster Tools, which will be built into the Go Daddy control panel.

Go Daddy users will now see our link right in their hosting control center, and can launch Google Webmaster Tools directly from their hosting account. And Go Daddy makes the Google Webmaster Tools account creation process faster by adding the site, verifying the site, and submitting Sitemaps on behalf of hosting customers. Our tools show users how Google views their site, give useful stats like queries and links, diagnose problems, and share information with us in order to improve their site's visibility in search results.

Sweet.

And forum members who host with Go Daddy think so too.

By the way, since there was a bit of forum confusion, I'm pretty sure that this is for those who are hosting on Go Daddy, not just those who register their domain names there. Google Blogoscoped has a screenshot walkthrough of all the features within the Go Daddy control panel.

Forum discussion continues at DigitalPoint Forums.

 

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