John Colascione: Google Search Console Consolidates Common Variations Into Single Domain

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Not sure why it has taken Google so long to realize and implement a sites various version into webmaster tools, but they have finally sent out a notification letting users know they have done so.

It’s been one of the most annoying things; to have to enter each individual version of your sites URL into webmaster tools. For example, www, non www, http://, https, etc. This should go without having to designate as it just creates extra meaningless work when adding and managing websites. For instance, if a user has a preference for which to appear in search, the site owner or webmaster should just use the canonical tag for this.

On Mar 15, 2019, Google sent out the following notice:

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