Exporting data from webmasters tools

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Exporting data from webmasters tools

  1. 1. Exporting Your Data from Google Webmaster Tools The following presentation is a visual guide to assist in exporting data from Google Webmaster Tools via API For more information on the proses and the script see http://luckyboost.com/exporting-data-from-google-webmaster-toolsfollow me @luckyboost
  2. 2. Eclipse Launching Screenfor more http://luckyboost.com/exporting-data-from-google-webmaster-tools
  3. 3. Select a Workplacefor more http://luckyboost.com/exporting-data-from-google-webmaster-tools
  4. 4. Eclipse Welcome Screenfor more http://luckyboost.com/exporting-data-from-google-webmaster-tools
  5. 5. Start a New Java Projectfor more http://luckyboost.com/exporting-data-from-google-webmaster-tools
  6. 6. Naming Projectfor more http://luckyboost.com/exporting-data-from-google-webmaster-tools
  7. 7. Adding Librariesfor more http://luckyboost.com/exporting-data-from-google-webmaster-tools
  8. 8. Adding gdata .JARfor more http://luckyboost.com/exporting-data-from-google-webmaster-tools
  9. 9. Adding guava .JARfor more http://luckyboost.com/exporting-data-from-google-webmaster-tools
  10. 10. Adding a Classfor more http://luckyboost.com/exporting-data-from-google-webmaster-tools
  11. 11. Must Name “get_error_wmt”for more http://luckyboost.com/exporting-data-from-google-webmaster-tools
  12. 12. Screen After Creating Classfor more http://luckyboost.com/exporting-data-from-google-webmaster-tools
  13. 13. Adding Row Numbersfor more http://luckyboost.com/exporting-data-from-google-webmaster-tools

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