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With Google Search Console you want to either verify a property at the domain level, which means all url prefix variants like www and http/https are included, or verify all url prefix variants separately. Serving content on different url prefixes is not advised, pick one and have all the others redirect to it. With Google Analytics url prefix does not ...


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"I don't want it listed" isn't a valid reason for it's removal. Considering it's showing for a result for a branded search, Google is likely going to include it in the results, as a person may have made a typing a error when typing in their search query. As you have said, it is not a competitor, so you aren't likely to lose any business to them with ...


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Sites get rearranged all of the time, some for the better, some for the worse. Use a 301 Permanent Redirect. This way Google will understand that you want it to update it's index to use the new URLs, not the old ones. Assuming your restructuring directs users to better content, you should see better performance in the long run. In the short run, you ...


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