One of the best things about the Google Search Console is that it shows us indexing errors that might negatively affect a website’s ranking. Search Console’s Coverage report will show you all the pages Google is indexing based on the sitemap you submitted as well as other pages not submitted in your sitemap but was crawled. Fixing errors to these pages is crucial. … [Read more...] about How to Fix Index Coverage Errors in Google Search Console
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I suspect the normal crawl errors work fine for most issues but the news specific issues are gone. As I covered at Search Engine Land weeks ago, those specific errors included these errors Article disproportionately short, Article fragmented, Article too long, Article too short, Date not found, Date too old, Empty article, Extraction failed, No sentences found, Off-site redirect, Page too large, Title not allowed, Title not found, Uncompression failed, and Unsupported content type. This was also removed from the Google help document. … [Read more...] about Google Search Console Crawl Errors For News Publishers Gone
On Google Search Console, some of the features in the old version are going away as soon as March. But Google brought some new features to the URL inspection tool, did some message consolidation and added the security feature to the tool. Google ran lots of tests, did some things on local and much more. … [Read more...] about February 2019 Google Webmaster Report
A Few Ideas To Think About Moving Forward For large enterprise sites, it is highly recommended that engineering teams consider the amount of load SPAs will need to handle when Google requests numerous sub-files within the host URL. Do server-side rewrites need to occur from the base URL? If they are numerous, it could lead to server errors if load is not anticipated and handled. … [Read more...] about A Super Fresh Google Index? Server Errors & Rankings Impacts
“Our strategy for Webmaster Tools is to improve the web interface and provide important, actionable, and useful information. Our changes are designed to improve the experience for all of our users, including power users. For example, we made changes to have crawl errors going back 90 days and to show the full aggregate count of URL errors instead of just the previous 100,000 cap. Power users can still access the firehose of data through our original GData API. One of the improvements we made is to now display the full count of URL errors, and that should help give more accurate data to larger sites. For example, previously if one site has over 35 million Not Found errors, that number would have been capped and shown as 100,000 errors. Now, that site can see the new number and even see where the increase happened in the historical data. We think that’s a big improvement.” … [Read more...] about Google Webmaster Tools Revamps Crawl Errors, But Is It For The Better?