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Category: Google Search Console

Google Search Console to begin auto-consolidating canonicalised searches

February 8, 2019

Google recently announced on their Webmaster Central blog that from April 10th, they will be changing how website traffic on canonical URLs is shown within Search Console. Google will soon assign search metrics to the Google-selected canonical URL, rather than the URL referred to by Google Search. They began pre-populating this data from January 2018, […]

“Unnatural links from your site” – Google Manual Action Recovery [Advice & Case Study]

January 17, 2019

We recently had a client recover from a manual action placed by Google (sometimes also called a ‘manual penalty’) for “unnatural links from your site”. This is one of the many manual actions a website can receive for infringing Google’s webmaster quality guidelines. Google’s documentation states that this manual action occurs when “Google has detected […]

What are the key SEO considerations when conducting a domain migration or website relaunch?

January 10, 2019

  In this blog post I’ll highlight the SEO critical considerations when undergoing a major domain migration or website relaunch. What’s the difference between a website relaunch and a domain migration? Website relaunches often involve the look and feel of the site changing, perhaps to make improvements to design and/or user experience. This may result […]

March 2018: How to get ready for Google’s Mobile First Index

March 1, 2018

Gary Illyes, one of Google’s Webmaster Trends Analysts, confirmed at the recent 2018 Pubcon conference in Austin, Texas that the much-anticipated Mobile First Index (MFI) will be rolling out imminently, most likely within the next few weeks. So are you ready for the changes ahead? What will the Mobile First Index mean for your website? […]

5 Essential SEO Tools you need to know for 2018

January 18, 2018

5 Essential SEO Tools I’ll Be Using in 2018 When it comes to finding the right search engine optimisation (SEO) tools for the job we’re fortunately spoilt for choice. Whether you’re looking solely for free tools or you have some budget to spend on a tool offering premium features, there are tools to serve even the […]

Index Coverage Status report – How to use it to understand and improve your website’s indexation

October 4, 2017

Google have been making big changes to Search Console over the last couple of months, including the introduction of a completely revamped Index Coverage Status report. Webmasters have always been able to access information about the number of webpages that are indexed on Google through Search Console’s Index Status Report. However the new feature (which […]