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Google Search Console’s Inspect URL Tool is Only Useful for Webpages

Google’s John Mueller has advised that the new inspect URL tool in Search Console is only useful for webpages. This information was provided to an SEO on Twitter who was concerned about errors showing up when inspecting images, CSS, and JavaScript resources. Search Console’s inspect URL tool provides results that reflect how Google would index …

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Google Search Console’s URL inspection tool adds HTTP response, page resources, JS logs and rendered screenshot

Google announced some new features within their URL inspection tool found within the Google Search Console. The tool added the ability to see a specific URL’s HTTP response code, the page resources, the JavaScript logs and a rendered screenshot. What does it look like? Google shared this GIF showing you how to access and see …

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Google Search Console’s remove URL report might not work for a short period of time

Google has posted on its Google Search Console data anomalies page that the remove URL tool report might not function fully for the upcoming “short time” period. Google said it is making “some improvements” to the report and thus it might not be available for a bit of time. The message, posted on January 24, …

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Data bug with Google Search Console’s Search Analytics report

Google has posted about a data anomalies bug with the Search Analytics report found in the Google Search Console. The specific issue shows up when you use the “AMP non-rich results” search appearance filter and look at the clicks and impressions between December 14, 2017, and December 18, 2017. Google said there “was an error …

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