Yea, they said this before but then had to say no, it isn't fully resolved after saying it was resolved. In short, Google dropped tons of pages from their index, which resulted in pages not ranking for queries they normally rank for. Which means, lost traffic, lost conversions loss of money. … [Read more...] about Google: We Fully Fixed The Google De-Indexing Bug
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Now, John Mueller from Google said on Reddit just a few hours ago that there are only a few data centers left to go for Google to fully resolve it. Google has many many servers with the index on it and for Google to fix it fully, all those servers need to get the latest index. So that can take time. Google is just about there. Here is what John wrote on Reddit: … [Read more...] about Google’s Index Bug With Pages Being De-Indexed Is Almost Fixed
I asked Google but I didn't hear back, so I then asked some of the tool providers - what percentage of the index was removed, dropped or de-indexed as of result of the issue from Thursday/Friday? Dr. Pete Meyers said he is researching it but he is seeing about a 4% change. … [Read more...] about Was 4% Of Google’s Index Was Removed With The Indexing Bug?
Now - keep in mind, Moz and other tool providers generally just see a small piece of Google's whole index. I don't know what that percentage is - but it is large enough to have an accurate sample size for analyzing such data? I am not sure - but I think Pete Meyers will be posting more details at Moz when he has it. … [Read more...] about Was 4% Of Google’s Index Removed With The Indexing Bug?
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