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Google: The Search Console Index Coverage Report Is Now More Accurate

If you access the new Google Search Console report, the Index Coverage report, you'll see a notation around July 14 about a "Google Search Update."  It's about a system change to the reporting within Google Search Console, and not about the algorithm update that happened last week.  It was noted by Google that it upgraded the Index Coverage report to a [...]

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Google To Stop Supporting Public URL Submissions To Its Search Index

On Wednesday, Google announced that it is killing off the public method of submitting URLs to its search index.  The "addurl" page, which can be found in this help document, will now redirect to the Google Search Console login page. Google Webmasters said,”We’ve had to drop the public submission feature.”  According to the company, it wasn't determined as to [...]

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Google’s URL Inspection Tool Now Available For All Users

It has confirmed on Twitter by Google that two weeks are releasing the URL inspection tool in the new Google Search Console, it is now available to all users. Since the new tool's release, it was only available to a limited number of users.  Google started rolling out slowly to more and more users.  As of July 10, 15 [...]

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Google Data Studio now gains 16 months of Search Analytics data

The custom data dashboard platform, Google Data Studio, now supports obtaining 16 months of Google Search Analytics data from the Google Search Console.  Now, Google Data Studio has access to the same amount of data as the Search Analytics API and the new beta Search Console. The old Google Search Console Search Analytics report is the only one [...]

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Google Search Console Releases URL Inspection Tool

In an announcement, Google released a new feature int he beta Google Search Console that lets users check a specific URL on a website to see the status of how Google search sees that URL.  This features, called the URL inspection tool, is rolling out to Google Search Console users over the coming weeks. According to [...]

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New Google Search Console Adds Filter For Web Light Search Appearance

Google made an announcement that it added a search appearance filter to the new beta version of the Google Search Console, which lets users filter out search data for Web Light users.  In an explanation by Google, Web Light is when Google will “transcode (convert) web pages on the fly into a version optimized for slow networks, so that these pages load [...]

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Google Sent 45M Notifications Through Search Console, 6M Of Which Were Search Spam-Related

Juan Felipe Rincon, the global search outreach lead of Google has shared some updated metrics on Google’s spam-preventive measures over the past year.  Compared to last year, Google about 3 million fewer manual action notices this year. Last year, Google said that it had sent 9 million web spam notices through Google Search Console.  That number dropped this year [...]

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Google Updates Mobile-Friendly Test, Rich Results Test Tools To Better Support JavaScript Sites

Recently, Google updated the  mobile-friendly test and the rich results test to better support JavaScript sites.  Google posted a Tweet saying that you will now see rendered HTML, console log, exceptions and slack traces. In other words, those who build sites using JabaScript, AJAX and other types of JavaScript frameworks will be able to debug their sites better with these tools. [...]

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