Google announced on several of its various user channels a set of user experience metrics, which it called “Web Vitals”…
I need some opinion on why the search impression on the website continues to decline for 2 months.
See the screenshot here https://imgur.com/5OYewB0
I hope you can help us. Thank you!
I ran Excel VLOOKUP on all the files in the GSC coverage lists, compared to all the files that GSC mobile usability says are compatible with mobile devices. About 30% of the pages listed in Coverage are not included in the mobile usability list. However, when I run them through the GSC URL inspection, it says that these missing pages are compatible with mobile devices.
Is it something I should worry about? Will this affect which URLs are visible for mobile searches?
Almost all of my content shows that FCP is longer than 3 seconds in the GSC experimental speed report (based on Google Page Speed Insights). I am running WordPress and write mainly long format content (2500-3500 words).
I have optimized as many places as I can think of, but I read somewhere to not focus too much on Google Page Speed Insights.
I understand that the speed of the page is important for the user, but is there a better way to determine if the speed of my page is affecting the user's decline or my SEO ranking? At what point does my faster speed chase become useless?
Reports of backlinks that fall in half in GSC could be a mistake.
Repair all Google Webmaster tools or GSC errors
To get a quick index of Google search results, you must keep your Google webmaster without errors. Google sends a variety of messages to website owners, which you can find in your site's messages. These messages can alert you to problems with your website, or simply offer advice on how to improve your website.
Google Search Console and Mobile-Friendly Test give me the following two warnings for my WordPress-based website:
- Content wider than the screen
- Clickable items too close together
The screenshot provided by these sites on my website seems completely broken as if CSS had not been applied.
My case was different. The following status is what my robots.txt file looks like, and I still receive the same warning messages. I am a user of SEO framework, so I created my own static version of the robots.txt.
User-agent: * Allow: / Sitemap: https://*****
Along with the two warnings, I almost always get "Page load problem" in the test results. Could it be that this is a problem related to server speed? I am located in Japan at the moment, and my website is also aimed primarily at Japanese, but I am using a SiteGround server and not a Japanese server. I am aware that this is giving me a problem related to speed in general for my website, but is this also affecting the results of the Google tests mentioned above?
I am trying to send a very simple site map (for testing only) to the Google Search Console but, unfortunately, I am constantly receiving the following error message:
╔══════════════╤═════════╤══════════════╤═════════ ══╤══════════════════╤═════════════════╗ ║ Site map │ Type │ Sent │ Last read │ State │ Uncovered URLs ╠══════════════╪═════════╪══════════════╪═════════ ══╪══════════════════╪═════════════════╣ ║ /sitemap.txt │ Unknown │ July 17, 2019 │ │ * Could not be recovered * │ 0 ║ ╚══════════════╧═════════╧══════════════╧═════════ ══╧══════════════════╧═════════════════╝
When you click on it, an additional error message appears: "(!) Could not read the site map."
However, if you click on "OPEN SITEMAP", it opens normally.
Any idea of what is happening?
Sitemap file: sitemap.txt
Server: Apache (debian)
I have been fighting the algorithm error of the canonical Google page for quite some time. One tip I received is to set the parameters of the GSC URL in "Each URL", since we use a page generation script with a "page" parameter and we do not use "Let Googlebot decide". When I set it up, if I click on "Show example URL", GSC shows something like that for recently crawled URLs:
I have also attached a screenshot: Of course, none of these pages exists on our web server. As far as I can tell, our GSC account has not been hacked, at least I do not see any evidence that someone has sent indexing requests other than me. Entering any of these parameters causes our site to return a 404. Why would Google be tracking with random page parameter values? And a corollary question, could this affect the canonical selection of Google pages?
& # 39;);
var sidebar_align = & # 39; right & # 39 ;;
var content_container_margin = parseInt (& # 39; 350px & # 39;);
var sidebar_width = parseInt (& # 39; 330px & # 39;);
GSC Time to populate?
Just a quick question: In the Google Search Console / Webmaster Tools, how long does it take to start filling out the data for a new website?
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