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This internal search results page would not be a great landing page, and probably should not be included in the index.

Should Internal Search Results Pages Be Indexed?

No, your website’s own search results pages should not be indexed by Google and other search engines in most cases. Long-standing search-engine-optimization wisdom says the results pages from your site-search should block search engine bots and not be included in a search engine’s index of pages. The rationale is to avoid disappointing Google’s users and …

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Google Search Console Coverage report improves accuracy on indexed pages

Google Search Console Coverage report improves accuracy on indexed pages

Google posted on Twitter that as of December 15, the Index Coverage report in Google Search Console is more accurate. Specifically, it is more accurate in reporting on indexed pages. Google’s Statement. Google said “From Dec 15, the Index Coverage report can more accurately report on indexed pages. Because of this, some pages that were …

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Google’s John Mueller On Blocking Robots.txt Files From Being Indexed

Google’s John Mueller recently provided some advice on how to block robots.txt and sitemap files from being indexed in search results. This advice was prompted by a tweet from Google’s Gary Illyes, who randomly pointed out that robots.txt can technically be indexed like any other URL. While it provides special directions for crawling, there’s nothing …

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Starting July 1, all new sites will be indexed using Google’s mobile-first indexing

Google has announced that all new websites “previously unknown to Google Search” will be indexed using mobile-first indexing starting on July 1. Older web sites that are still not being indexed using mobile-first indexing will not be switched yet to mobile-first indexing on July 1st but be moved when those web sites are ready to …

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Google’s indexing issue is now resolved – new content being indexed

Yesterday we reported Google was unable to index new content. Well, Google posted on Twitter earlier this morning that the issue is resolved: The indexing issues from earlier today have been resolved. Thank you for your patience. — Google Webmasters (@googlewmc) May 23, 2019 What happened. It appears based on what I am hearing from …

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Google’s Martin Splitt Explains How JavaScript Sites are Indexed

In the first installment of a new web series, Google’s Martin Splitt explains how the search engine indexes JavaScript sites. Splitt’s new web series is dedicated to SEO and JavaScript and is available on the official Google Webmasters channel. The first video gets right down to brass tacks by covering the most basic aspect of …

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