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I would like to know at what date & time Google found that page in my blog. Check your server's access logs. This will tell you (an analysis tool will help) when this page was first requested, th …
answered Mar 31 '17 by MrWhite
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If you have a country specific TLD (eg. .nl - Netherlands) then you can't specify the geographic target in Google Webmaster Tools - it is already set to whatever region matches the TLD. You can only …
answered Sep 11 '12 by MrWhite
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Google isn't showing the subdomain name. I think it's just coincidental that your subdomains are similar (but they are not the same). The text that appears in the title in Google's search results wil …
answered Feb 28 '14 by MrWhite
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Not sure if this is really an answer, more an observation, but anyway... It seems that if Google is able to extract an obvious breadcrumb trail from the page then it will show this in the search resu …
answered Aug 30 '15 by MrWhite