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Showing posts with label Google. Show all posts

Google Webmaster Tools Search Query Reporting Bug Will Normal Soon

John mueller confirmed that they are aware about this and expecting report to return to normal in the coming days” as Google’s Webmaster Tools search query reports has bug now. 

The Google Webmaster tool stopped showing data on September 23rd. This came shortly after Google stopped passing virtually 100% of referrer data to webmasters. Google implied the bug was unrelated and promised to fix it soon.

I currently am able to see data from September 25th and going back, so this is a two day improvement from when the bug was first reported.

Google Confirms Panda Update 26 Is Rolling Out

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Today most of us have noticed that the Google Panda update was rolling out. and  has also confirmed that “Yes” it’s rolling out and probably done. Wherever most of them and I personally feel that it’s likely a positive recovery of not sure at all still confirmed officially by Google.

Google Penguin 2.0 Update is Live

Google Penguin 2.0 Update is Live on May 22nd 2013, update was announced by Matt Cutts. About 2.3% of English-US queries are affected to the degree that a regular user might notice world-wide. However based on Matt Cutts we don’t know exactly what changes has been made so far. This was the fourth Penguin-related launch by Google and we’re referring as Penguin 2.0 update so far. Matt Cutts added if there are spam sites that we’d like to report after Penguin. For more information on what SEOs should expect in the coming months, see the video that Matt Cutts recently released.

Now after two days it has been a noticeable drop in rankings, don't panic. Fortunately, there are several steps that can be taken to recover and get back on track.

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Google Universal Analytics Beta Opens To All

Today, Google has announced that Google Universal Analytics opens to all Google Analytics customers. 

Universal Analytics, which uses a different collection method and hence involves the setup of a new code snippet on the businesses’ sites, focuses on giving online businesses a better understanding of how their customers interact with their sites across multiple devices. This new JavaScript code snippet, Google notes, is more flexible than the old one and gives users more options to customize their data. Businesses will also have to set up a new web property in their Analytics accounts to get started with using Universal Analytics.

The new tools offered by Universal Analytics via the new Measurement Protocol (an API that enables you to send your data to Google Analytics) can help you measure the how people actually become and remain loyal customers,” Google said at the time.

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