SEO 101: Which URL versions to add to Google Search Console

Can you really afford to miss out on free technical data about your website’s performance in Google search results? Of course not! Contributor Fili Wiese explains how to set up your website in Google Search Console to make it work to your advantage.

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How long does it take to deindex low-quality or thin content published by accident? [case study]

Is mistakenly published content impacting your site’s SEO performance? Columnist Glenn Gabe shares a case study detailing how to fix this issue — and how long it may take to resolve once fixed.

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Google has invited more beta testers to the new Google Search Console

Were you invited to try out the new Google Search Console beta? Google just sent out new invites yesterday.

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20 of Google’s limits you may not know exist

Don’t get caught off guard by limitations you weren’t aware of! Columnist Patrick Stox shares 20 Google limitations that may impact SEO efforts.

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Google Search Console: What the latest updates mean for marketers

Google Search Console has benefited from some significant upgrades over the past decade. That said, it is still far from perfect and few would argue that it provides a complete package in its current guise. Therefore, Google’s recent announcement of some changes to the platform was very warmly received by the SEO community.

Wonky Google Search Console data attributed to a logging issue last week

Are you seeing funky data in the Google Search Console? Here is what may be happening.

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Google emails warnings to webmasters that Chrome will mark http pages with forms as ‘not secure’

Have forms, login fields and other input sections on your HTTP website? Chrome is going to mark them as not secure.

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