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On my clients website I have the www and the non-www setup on GWM the website uses the non-www version but I have both set up anyway.
This is a new client that I've only been working with for a month but I've never seen Google Webmasters have data delayed for an entire month.
GWM has the website listed with 0 pages index (yes, I checked the www and the non-www GWM sites). The website is built on WP so the first thing I did was check pagespeed to see if there was a lot of render blocking causing the 0 index result. There were 2 pages (this website is about 30 pages in total) with render blocking issues.
My next step was to do a Site:website.com search and I found that Google displayed 26 webpages as being indexed for the non-www (0 index for www).
Personally, I've never seen this before. Google Webmaster's is telling me that there are 0 indexed pages but a Site: search on Google shows 26 webpages indexed. I've only seen GWM display a 0 index for websites with a ton of render blocking code (Usually ones that hire sub-par web developers who use default WP templates), but in this case only 2 webpages have error messages from pagespeed about render blocking block.
Does anyone have an idea as to what is causing the disconnect in data? Could those 2 webpages be effecting the data that gets passed to GWM by not showing any indexing but not effect Google actually indexing the website on the search engine?