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Google is preparing to launch a new setting that will allow users to automatically delete their location history and web search. New option will be available in the coming weeks. This setting will appear in the Google Account Data Management Center . To automatically delete information, users can choose one of two options – 3 or 18 months. This is the period during which their data will be stored. The new setting will also cover user activity in applications, including actions in serv...
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Google employee Danny Sullivan told Twitter that the problem with page indexing that was revealed last week has been completely resolved. Engineers worked on this issue for 6 days. The indexing issue has now been fully resolved. We apologize for the inconvenience. We appreciate your patience as we restored normal operation. — Google SearchLiaison (@searchliaison) April 11, 2019 As previously reported, starting from April 4, due to a technical failure on the Google side, some of the prev...
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The Google Webmasters team reported on Twitter that another bug was found in the search. This error causes Google bot to choose irrelevant canonical URLs. As a result, irrelevant links may appear on mobile crumbs on mobile devices. In rare cases, this bug may cause problems with indexing. Google engineers are currently working on fixing the error and will report when this issue is fully resolved. We’re aware for some pages, there’s an issue where we may have selected an unrelated canonical...
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This week, Google released the next update of its main algorithm. This was announced by a search representative Danny Sullivan (Danny Sullivan) on Twitter. The launch of the update was launched on March 12th . As for the recommendations for webmasters, they remain the same: “We have no other advice for those pages whose effectiveness has dropped, except to keep the focus on creating great content. Over time, your content may grow relative to other pages. ” Thus, if the position...
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Google solved a problem with displaying the URL of publishers using the AMP format. Now users can see the real URL (ebay.com) in the search results in the Chrome browser, not the Google AMP URL (google.com/amp/ebay.com). To do this, Google has implemented Chrome’s support for the new Web standard Signed HTTP Exchanges , which allows mobile browsers to display real domains, not Google AMP URLs. Support for this standard will also be added to Microsoft Edge and other browsers in the near f...