Fix Implemented, Next Update In 24 Hours

Google is investigating a service disruption affecting Google News indexing, according to the Google Search Status Dashboard.

In the latest update, Google repeated a message informing users that a fix had been implemented. An update to confirm the resolution of the issue will be posted within the next 24 hours.

We’ve identified the issue with News indexing and have implemented a fix. We’re monitoring the situation to confirm that this resolves the issue. Next update will be within 24 hours.

Google News Indexing Disruption: Fix Implemented, Next Update In 24 HoursScreenshot from Google, July 2023

The Google Search Status Dashboard is a tool that provides status updates for Google Search systems and indicates any issues affecting multiple sites or users that might explain changes in site performance.

When Google News Indexing Issues Began

Trouble with Google News traffic was reported on Twitter several hours ago.

John Mueller, Google Search Advocate, responded:

The Publisher Center Help community is also discussing the issue.

Google News Indexing Disruption: Fix Implemented, Next Update In 24 HoursScreenshot from Publisher Center Help, July 2023

Some have noted volatility in Google News traffic for the last few weeks, possibly because of syndicated content rankings.

Semrush Sensor has also noticed the Googlequake in the News category in the last 30 days.

Google News Indexing Disruption: Fix Implemented, Next Update In 24 HoursScreenshot from Semrush, July 2023

What’s Next

When an issue is detected, the Search Relations and Search Engineering teams at Google collaborate to resolve it.

Detection is often based on various signals, such as internal monitoring and community feedback.

Now, the Search Engineering team is tasked with investigating the root cause of the issues with Google News indexing.

While the issue is in progress, mitigation measures may be employed to reduce the problem’s scope or impact.

Continued Updates About Google News Indexing

During the lifecycle of this issue, the Search Relations team should provide regular updates.

These updates should include more details about the issue, such as the scale or affected regions, a timeline for the next update, and progress toward resolving it.

We will continue monitoring the situation for updates expected within 24 hours. 

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