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Google Is Testing Reporting Security Issue False Positives For Search Console

Google is testing a new feature that lets users request Google review of your site if it was flagged for having a security issue or appears to have been hacked. You can make a request if you feel that Google has made a mistake when identifying your site as having a security issue. https://twitter.com/googlewmc/status/1298665834605416451?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1298665834605416451%7Ctwgr%5E&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fsearchengineland.com%2Fgoogle-tests-reporting-security-issue-false-positives-in-search-console-339843 Since [...]

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Google’s Search Console API Infrastructure Gets Updated

According to Google, its infrastructure of the Search Console API is in the process of being updated and is "almost there." The company said that there have already been some minor changes that some folks may have already noticed., and will help Google improve the API's performance in the long run. There are three changes [...]

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Image License Structured Data Support Is Added To Google Search Console

Google Search Console reports and the Rich Results test tool are getting some more support from Google for image license metadata for licensable image label. https://twitter.com/googlewmc/status/1288816545687273479 If you're using this markup, a new section will appear in the Enhancements reports in the Search Console. If you're not using the markup, it will not appear to [...]

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Google Rich Results Test Tool Now Out Of Beta

Google has made an announcement that it has removed the beta label from the Rich Results Test tool. The tool now “fully supports all Google Search rich result features.” According to Google, it'll start deprecating the Structured Data Testing Tool, saying that the old Structured Data Testing Tool "will still be available for the time being." [...]

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Regular Expression Filter Support Coming To Google Search Console Performance Reports

Google has updated the help document for the performance report within Google Search Console to say that you are able to use regular expressions to filter the report results. According to Google, “If you choose the Custom (regex) filter, you can filter by a regular expression (a wildcard match) for the selected item. You can use regular expression, or [...]

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Google Updated Guidelines To Say Spam Reports Are Not For Manual Actions

In an announcement by Gary Illyes on the Google webmaster blog, Google wants to clarify that spam reports are only to improve Google’s spam detection algorithms. The mention of manual actions were removed from the Google webmaster guidelines since these spam reports are going to lead to a Google employee reviewing a site and manually penalizing [...]

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Google Tests Showing Analytics Data In Search Console With ‘Insights’

A new feature is being tested in Google Search Console, called Google Search Console Insights. This features allows users to get deeper reporting into the performance of the site and its pages, which includes page views, average time on page, referring sites information and more from Google Analytics. Currently, there has been no official announcement [...]

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