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Blue Fountain Media’s “Google Eyes” tool offers a quick and easy way to see a webpage the same way Google and Google’s robots do.
When Google’s robots visit a webpage to add or update that page’s listing in Google search results, the robots (or “crawlers”) doesn’t see pages the same way humans do. Google’s robots can’t see images or videos, for example.
Instead, Google sees webpages as jumbles of text. It analyzes website code to know where pictures are, but it can’t actually see the picture. Google looks at the pictures description, alt text, and nearby text to guess what the picture’s content is.
Humans can easily look at a webpage and see what big text stands out, whether it’s highlighted with colors or big, bold fonts. But Google’s robots need help to determine what the most important text on a page is. The Google robots look at things like “h-tags” to see which text is the most important. The “Google Eyes” tool lets you see which text stands out, as far as Google’s robots are concerned.
Use Blue Fountain Media’s “Google Eyes” tool to see pages the way Google does.