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Multiple Google Search Console Properties For Same Site Is Not A Bad Thing

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Multiple Google Search Console Properties For Same Site Is Not A Bad Thing


It is okay to have multiple properties verified for the same site in Google Search Console. It is not a bad thing, it won’t hurt you, in fact, it might give you more granular data to use if you do. In fact, John Mueller of Google confirmed it is fine to have multiple properties verified for the same site in Google Search Console.

John said this on Reddit when he was asked “My Search Console dashboard has two properties, a domain property, and an HTTPS property. I assume this is bad? Is there something I should do to update it so there’s only one property?”

The answer is no, it is not a bad thing, John said “It’s fine like that.”

I have three properties verified for this domain, I use to have more actually:

So verify them all and don’t worry about it.

Personally, I primarily look at the domain property version but if I need to just look at the http version, I can.

Forum discussion at Reddit.



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Google Says They Have Algorithms To Detect & Demote AI Plagiarized Content

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Google Says They Have Algorithms To Detect & Demote AI Plagiarized Content

Duy Nguyen from Google’s search quality team said in the Google office hours video that Google has “algorithms to go after” those who post AI plagiarized content, then the algorithms can “demote site scraping content from other sites.”

The question was asked at the 9:19 mark which was “How should content creators respond to sites that use AI to plagiarize the content, modify it, and then outrank them in search results?”

Duy Nguyen said, “Scraping content, even with some modification, is against our spam policy.” Duy added that Google has “many algorithms to go after such behaviors and demote site scraping content from other sites.”

If Google messes up, and “if you come across sites that repeatedly scrape content, that perform well on Search, please feel free to report them to us, with our spam report form so that we can further improve our systems, both in detecting the spam and also ranking overall,” he added.

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Later on in the video, at 17:05 mark a similar question was asked and answered by Duy:

Kunal asked why Google is not taking action on copy or spun web stories? Can you check on Discover?

Thank you for the report. We are aware of these attempts and we are looking into them. In general, sites with spammy scraped content violate our spam policy, and our algorithms do a pretty good job of demoting them in search results.

Forum discussion at Twitter.



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