Google Webmaster Tools Search Queries Also Delayed

Feb 13, 2013 • 9:08 am | comments (6) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization

Google Webmaster ToolsIt seems like someone at Google took a vacation because Webmaster Tools seems to have been recently having many many problems.

The latest issue being reported is that the search queries report is delayed.

Recently we had issues with the link report, not selected being pulled, notification preferences bug and URL parameters issues.

Now there are reports of of the Search Queries report being several days delayed.

WebmasterWorld and Google Webmaster Help have threads with complaints. Some are saying it is delayed back to February 6th. I am personally seeing data up to February 8th, which is a bit delayed.

There are no responses from any Googlers yet but delays in Google Webmaster Tools reports is not uncommon.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld and Google Webmaster Help.

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Nicolas Aliane Dufresne

02/13/2013 02:17 pm

That's the 30 days change of matt cutts. lol


02/13/2013 02:34 pm



02/13/2013 04:52 pm

The bigger you are, the harder it is to control quality. It's not that big of a deal.


02/14/2013 12:20 am

And yet still no official word from Google on any of them? I know they are slowly improving their customer service but the improvement is not happening quick enough in my honest opinion.

Jawad Latif

02/14/2013 09:48 am

Matt Cutts shouldn't go on bulk leaves.

David DuVal

02/14/2013 10:51 pm

Huge Pakistani hacker network they seem to have missed too with like 10 new pagerank 7 sites selling links on their directories for thousands per day. They hacked American Legion, Creative Commons, the pagerank 10 leru dot org, a United Nations site, and many more. How did google fight back against the hackers? They gave them more pagerank. I assume the reference he made to hackers means he got back from vacation and is working on it now. I don't want to rag on Matt, but I sure hope he gets the spam dept going better this year, and this is not a preview of what is to come.

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