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Using Google Search Console to manage ‘search enhancement’ validation errors and employing the API

In this wrap-up of our series on Google Search Console, get tips on the most productive uses of the GSC API. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.

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Managing Sitemap XML with Google Search Console

What to look for in Search Console indexing reports, plus learn why and how to create a dynamic Sitemap file. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.

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Google: Development/Test Sites Can Be Added To Google Search Console

Google’s John Mueller said it is okay to add your test or development site to Google Search Console, even if it is noindexed and disallowed by search engines. There are still some useful tools you can run on your site before you launch it that may help you. This was a question posed to John […]

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SearchCap: Digital agency survey results, Bing Webmaster Tools, Google Search Console

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.

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New Google Search Console Ports Security Issues Section

Google has ported another feature from the old Search Console to the new, the security issues section. Google said on Twitter “We hope you don’t need to use a Security Issues tab” but if you do, it has been migrated to the new Search Console. Google made a new section named “Security & Manual Actions” […]

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Focusing on the new Search Console

Over the last year, the new Search Console has been growing and growing, with the goal of making it easier for site owners to focus on the important tasks. For us, focus means being able to put in all our work into the new Search Console, being committed to the users, and with that, being […]

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Google Will Discontinue Some Old Search Console Features

Google’s John Mueller confirmed this morning in a webmaster hangout at the 1:09 mark into the video that Google does plan to close down, discontinue, not port, every single feature from the old Search Console to the new Search Console. This was a question we were not positive on. John Mueller implied back in February […]

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Poll: SEOs Like The Old Over The New Google Search Console

Most people, by nature, do not like change. I love new tools and playing with new things, but I like consistency and big changes I try to avoid. But also, change can bring really big opportunities. So when I saw the results around most SEOs liking the old Google Search Console over the new one, […]

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Google Moved Some Of The Old Google Search Console Reports

As expected, yesterday, Google officially moved several of the old Google Search Console reports to the new interface. The specific reports moved include AMP, Index Status, Links, Manual Actions, Mobile Usability, Rich Cards, and Search Analytics. Everything else is remaining where it is thus far. The old reports have a notice it was removed, asking […]

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Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Spooky Search Updates, Search Console Domain Property, Lazy Loading SEO & Google Ad Placements

This week, we had another, maybe larger Google algorithm update on November 7th or so that may have shifted the Halloween update. I posted the monthly Google webmaster report, so make sure to scan it. Google Search Console is testing a new property sets feature name Domain Property. Google has released their technical docs on […]

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Google Search Console Tests New Domain Property

Google hinted they were working on a new concept for property sets within the new Google Search Console. Well, here is a screen shot of one person gaining access to what Google is calling the “new Domain Property.” Tristram de Silva shared this screen shot on Twitter where it explains a “domain property includes all […]

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