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A Google web-based console that provides additional insight into a registered website's search performance and potential issues.

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It turns out, the file is simply formed as follows: For a file named /googleXYZ.html, the contents would be google-site-verification: googleXYZ.html. So, instead of downloading the file from Google …
answered Feb 9 '13 by cnst
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When verifying a site in Google Webmaster Tools, with the recommended method of using a special HTML file, was it made so needlessly difficult? Google explicitly gives you the name of the file on the …
asked Feb 9 '13 by cnst
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Google Webmaster Tools allows people to verify site ownership through an existence of a special file. What if I were to create a catch-all rule, and let anyone add my site in their Google Webmaster T …
asked Dec 22 '14 by cnst
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My web-site automatically redirects everyone to Google when people try to search. This is done with the following nice and simple nginx code: set $goog http://www.google.com/search?q=site:ports.su …
asked Dec 24 '14 by cnst
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I have only one version of my web-site, and it is optimised for both the desktop and the smartphone. I've noticed that Google crawls each page exactly twice: once with Googlebot/2.1, and again with G …
asked Mar 12 '13 by cnst
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I have a sitemap file that has been submitted to Google, and has been processed, according to Google Webmaster Tools. As per GWT for 2013-05-31, 8255 web-pages are submitted, but only 8209 are indexe …
asked Jun 1 '13 by cnst
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Google appears to have two documents for Soft 404: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/181708?hl=en&ctx=tltp https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/2409443?ctx=MCE&ctx=S4 Neither one …
asked Dec 22 '14 by cnst
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Some of the web-pages on my site are very slim. I've recently noticed that Google appears to qualify such pages as "Soft 404": The target URL doesn't exist, but your server is not returning a 404 …
asked Dec 22 '14 by cnst
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I have a new website with 140k pages, according to my sitemaps. After submission of my sitemap index to Google, the Googlebot has started crawling the site a couple of hours ago, and at a steady pace …
asked Apr 26 '13 by cnst
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I'm very disappointed that Googlebot is apparently ignoring my robots.txt. I have the following sole entry for my /robots.txt: location = /robots.txt { return 200 "## $host ## \n #Dear …
asked May 21 '16 by cnst
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Apparently, everyone was sick and tired with receiving useless Googlebot-Mobile traffic, and must have had it blocked, such that Google has decided to ignore the relevant robots.txt entries, giving us …
answered May 23 '16 by cnst