Did you ever get an electronic mail from Google Search Console that asks you to take an motion to repair a problem after which click on the “confirm repair” button? Nicely, did you ever simply click on that you simply fastened the problem, with out truly implementing any fixes or adjustments?
I’m certain a lot of you could have and generally it really works. Typically saying you fastened one thing will end in Google re-checking the problem and letting it move.
When will this occur? Google’s John Mueller mentioned on Twitter mentioned that when Google’s first “explicit evaluation was not getting steady outcomes.” So if Google runs it once more, perhaps the outcomes at the moment are steady and Google sees what it desires to see this time.
Right here is the tweet with the confirm repair being confirmed as fastened when this web optimization mentioned he didn’t make any fixes:
@searchliaison When the one factor somebody has achieved is clicked “Confirm fixes” (with out actually making any precise adjustments) they usually get this again… How ought to this (or the unique warning) be interpreted? pic.twitter.com/cVMyLiISiO
— Jay Holtslander (@j_holtslander) March 8, 2022
Right here is John’s reply:
Normally that is an indication that this explicit evaluation was not getting steady outcomes. That may occur (and we take steps to stop it from our aspect as a lot as potential), so until you see plenty of these points, I’d simply go away it like that.
— 🐐 John 🐐 (@JohnMu) March 9, 2022
I do not advocate you simply click on that the problem is fastened until you actually assume the problem isn’t a problem and Google ought to recheck.
Discussion board dialogue at Twitter.