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Google Search Console Adds Mobile-First Indexing Features

On June 26, Google announced that it made a "few tweaks" to Google Search Console to help webmasters and SEOs understand how Google is indexing their sites. With these tweaks, you'll be able to see if an when Google switched a site to mobile-first indexing. Under settings for a property, Google can show you what [...]

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Google Search Console Removes Ability to Set a Preferred Domain

Google is sunsetting the preferred domain setting in Search Console gave site owners the ability to specify which URL to display in search results. Along with the deprecation of this setting, Google will no longer use any existing Search Console preferred domain configuration. The preferred domain setting was one of the several ways to signal to [...]

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Google Search Console Image Search Reporting Bug June 5-7

A notice was posted by Google saying that, between the dates of June 5 through June 7, it was unable to capture data around image search traffic. This was a bug and it didn't impact actual search traffic. Even then, the Search Console performance report may show drops in image search traffic in that date [...]

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Google Search Console Drops Preferred Domain Setting

According to an announcement, Google is no longer supporting the preferred domain setting in Google Search Console. This means that this feature isn't being moved from the old version of Google Search Console to the new one. It's existence ends with the old version of the platform. The preferred domain setting is an old feature [...]

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There’s A New Speed Report Coming To Google Search Console

During Google I/O, Google announced that they are testing a new Speed Report within Google Search Console that is powered off of CrUX data. This report will give an aggregated view over your web site field metrics. You will able able to drill down into specific issues, as well as see specific examples of those [...]

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Sitelinks Searchbox, Logo Enhancement And Unparsable Structured Data Report Added To GSC

Three new reports have been introduced by Google within the new Google Search Console - a new report for unparsable structured data and two new enhancement reports. The unparsable structured data report aggregates structured data syntax errors. It puts all the parsing issues, such as structured data syntax errors, that specifically prevented Google from identifying [...]

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Some April Google Search Console Data Lost, Manual Actions Disappeared

Google has been able to fix the Search Console data bug that delayed with most reports supposedly because of the de-indexing bug. But now, it seems that data from April 9 to April 25 was completely lost and filled with April 26 data instead. This impacted reports found in Google Search Console with the exception of the Performance report. [...]

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Google Search Console Goes Live With New Consolidated View

A just a day after Google said that it would be consolidating the data from within the Google Search Console's performance report to the canonical URL, the search engine company decided to preview the consolidated data view on Thursday.  This is at least a month earlier than they planned. By logging into Google Search Console and clicking on your performance [...]

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