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My tentative conclusion based on further analysis of data from early September 2021 is that some impressions are excluded from consideration for good page experience based on the place in the search results that the item shows up. For mobile searches, it looks like results that show up in "Notable moments" are excluded from consideration. For ...


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I don't think your website was hacked. I think you're using Ezoic CDN integration, and these extra javascript pieces are being injected by Ezoic for ad-serving purposes. I just noticed this myself, and I can tell my server is serving 404s for those requests, but the Ezoic CDN is injecting them. If you are able to check your host's access logs, do so and you ...


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Here are the steps that can save your domain: Remove all files from the current hosting account Restore the old backup including database Generate a new XML sitemap and submit to the Search Console Once everything is done then fetch your website using Search Console


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Investigating the Likelihood of a Google Algorithm Update Causing a loss in Organic Keyword Rankings and Traffic Attributing the loss of keyword rankings/organic traffic to any one algorithm update can be tricky. A great place to start is Panguin Tool. It plots your Google Analytics data against a timeline of Google algorithm updates. Using one of my own ...


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I checked the sitemap you posted with the network tab open in dev tools and I'm getting a 304 in the request headers. Edit: I did clear cache and refresh while I was answering and was still seeing 304. I just checked again and can confirm that I am no longer. Can't explain that unless something changed. If for some reason Google got a 304 at some point they'...


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The canonical URL should be the current URL. so your code between <head> codes should be like this in the new URL: <meta property="og:url" content="https://digimoncard.io/deck/green-otk-1241" /> <link rel="canonical" href="https://digimoncard.io/deck/green-otk-1241" /> If your old URL is you need to ...


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Googlebot only fetches robots.txt once every 24 hours. After making a robots.txt change, you need to wait a day before testing. Changes won't take effect right away. Google says: Caching Google generally caches the contents of robots.txt file for up to 24 hours, but may cache it longer in situations where refreshing the cached version isn't possible (for ...


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You have to click the checkbox next to "Average position" for the column to show.


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This is fairly common, however, the frequency that you are experiencing it is not. I manage SEO for a lot of websites, and only see this come up every once in a while. I hit "validate fix" and in a few days it's gone. As far as indexability/crawlability goes, you don't have to be concerned. However, you do need to be concerned about site ...


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Google evaluates mobile-friendliness on a page by page basis, not for your site as a whole. Having some pages that are not mobile-friendly will not hurt the rankings of your mobile-friendly pages.


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Yes, definetely. Most of the visitors use a mobile device. This is the reason why Google started to focuse on mobile devices (mobile-centric indexing by default since July, 2019). Make sure that your website is fully responsive by using the right media queries. A well-structured layout using HTML5 with semantic elements would also help on it. Design matters, ...


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