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Google Officially Drops Support For Several Old Search Console Reports

Last week Google announced that it officially removed several old reports within the old Google Search Console.  It was reported earlier reported earlier that Google would be dropping these reports on December 13. The specific reports that were removed included: AMP Index Status Links Manual Actions Mobile Usability Rich Cards Search Analytics reports But don't worry, as Google has [...]

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Google Search Console AMP Enhancement Report To Combine Issue Types

There are some changes to how Google is showing some of the issues within Google Search Console for the AMP enhancement report.  According to Google, they will be combining some over-specific issue types into fewer generalized issue types within the report in an effort designed to separate issues into "more manageable groups" for webmasters. The AMP enhancement [...]

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Google To Redirect Old Search Console Reports to New Ones Dec. 13

If you saw the Search Engine Land report last month, Google is going to sunset some reports within the Google Search Console.  The company announced that many of these reports will redirect from the old to the new Google Search Console on December 13. Google wants to reduce duplication efforts of maintaining to similar reports, since having [...]

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Google Search Console Updates Index Coverage Report For Mobile-First Indexing And Warns About Replacing Old Reports

Two changes have been made by Google in Google Search Console over the last day.  The most significant change is the index coverage report is now using mobile-first indexing data when available.  Google has also issued notices about sunsetting old Google Search Console reports when similar reports exist in the new Google Search Console. Google updated [...]

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Google Adds Event Listings, Detail Filters In Google Search Console Performance Report

A new set of filters around event markup in the search appearance filter has been added by Google in Google Search Console‘s performance report.  With this new filter, you can see how well your event listings in Google search are doing in web search. Not only is there the search appearance compare or filter rich results, AMP non-rich results, AMP article, [...]

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Google Search Console Is Sending Notices For Slow Loading Pages

Google is sending a new type of notification out to those who have verified properties in Google Search Console.  These messages inform site owners about pages that are really slow and take too long to load. Oliver H.G. Mason posted a screenshot of this message on Twitter: ########## N E W ########## ########## P O S [...]

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Google Search Console Snapshot Arrives In Search Results

If you're a verified Google Search Console user, and you site comes up in the search results for that query, Google will now show you a snapshot or brief dashboard of your Google Search Console metrics directly in the search results. The following screen shot shows this action, and was from @simon_glanville.  Many people are seeing [...]

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Google Adds Event Markup To Rich Results Status Report In Google Search Console

Support has been added by Google for event markup debugging to the rich results report within Google Search Console. the rich results report previously supported only job posting and recipe markup, but now, it supports event markup as well.  One of the first to notice this and post about it on Twitter was Aaron Bradley. It seems that, with this update, Google [...]

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