seo – Google Search Console displays two different "Last Analysis" dates for the same URL. Which one is correct?

For the same URL (x):

Cover> Indexed, not submitted on the site map> Examples> URL x> Last analysis shows "March 29, 2020".

Inspect URL> URL x> Cover> Last analysis shows "Apr 4, 2020 2:47:23 AM".

Which is the correct one? In other words, when was the last time Googlebot crawled this URL?

The Google Play console does not publish my Android app even after two days of waiting, what is the reason why it takes so long?

I developed a simple Book app in the Android studio and published it using the Google Play console.

I waited two days for my Android app to be published, but the status is still "Publication pending".

What I want to know is please tell me how long an Android app usually takes to be published.

What I did:

Contacted Google Play developer support

What they said:

Hi Faran,

Thanks for contacting Google Play Developer Support.

I understand that you are concerned about the time required to process your application for publication on Google Play. Due to the adjusted work schedules at this time, we are currently experiencing longer than usual review times. Although the situation is currently changing, application review times may vary and may take 7 days or more.

We recommend that you adjust your planning to reflect this and avoid resubmitting. We understand the inconvenience this can cause and we appreciate your patience and understanding.

If you have any further questions on using the Play console, let me know and I'll be happy to help.

Sincerely, Dave Google Play Developer Support

Did you know that we offer chat support in English? You can chat with us Monday to Friday, 12 p.m. to 12 p.m. Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

Any help will be greatly appreciated .. Thanks

macos – Format custom log files for the console

I am developing a Swift application which can store debugging and errors / faults in a * .log file. I am wondering if there is a trick to formatting these self-created log files in such a way that the console prints them as it does with system logs. Do you know how to do this, possibly even with a different file format?
Console screenshot

International targeting in the Search Console – we mainly target the United States

we want to target global traffic but prioritize traffic from the United States. At the moment, "international targeting" in the Search Console is not defined. The site is hosted on a server in Europe. We use Cloudflare CDN.
Are we changing "international targeting" to "United States"?
Would that improve the ranking in the United States and affect the ranking existing in other countries?
Are there other methods that people would suggest or is it better to leave international targeting blank?
Thank you for your help

node.js – Getting the error "There was a problem with the answer of the requested skill" when developing Alexa Skill via Alexa Developers Console?

When I test my skills using the test simulator for Alexa, I get the following error:

"There was a problem with the response from the requested skill"

I tried to look for solutions, but I couldn't find anything.

Below is my JSON 1 input and I don't get anything in the JSON output.

Please help me here?

{
"version": "1.0",
"session": {
    "new": true,
    "sessionId": "amzn1.echo-api.session.8df6ac89-2811-43cf-8578-e9edc30fa091",
    "application": {
        "applicationId": "amzn1.ask.skill.b1f0f00c-d3a9-43b9-82fe-92f066c58880"
    },
    "user": {
        "userId": "amzn1.ask.account.AHNEWQLTUHO42PDYBLNORMFZURAPP5WSA52C6HPP4GEUM3MPBRYTY6WKULN3BNXIKPEOLUDQMX7EOLCG3E7LCD3YPJ4QL5JZ2N2UTX4UUFIWFY5PVGNSWC4JVO2EVFV5TDJD6HIPHU5O4KTSQW7XWBTUCSZ4JFPMFBPKEQ5IFLBZMXJI2XSRSMXKJV3PVJRSR5OT32LGO74AP2A"
    }
},
"context": {
    "System": {
        "application": {
            "applicationId": "amzn1.ask.skill.b1f0f00c-d3a9-43b9-82fe-92f066c58880"
        },
        "user": {
            "userId": "amzn1.ask.account.AHNEWQLTUHO42PDYBLNORMFZURAPP5WSA52C6HPP4GEUM3MPBRYTY6WKULN3BNXIKPEOLUDQMX7EOLCG3E7LCD3YPJ4QL5JZ2N2UTX4UUFIWFY5PVGNSWC4JVO2EVFV5TDJD6HIPHU5O4KTSQW7XWBTUCSZ4JFPMFBPKEQ5IFLBZMXJI2XSRSMXKJV3PVJRSR5OT32LGO74AP2A"
        },
        "device": {
            "deviceId": "amzn1.ask.device.AHUW3YVJLFTNIZQ7UUMLHULHQWHKPMW2UICHN4DZRBGBSYZJ3LMSUZLC4LP7Q5F4M7IXQOCAJ4KFNFB7GVAIRLIOHK7YN62XTX6LKRODFUKR2LP4RSGJUQCJGHXP7KIEFULCF6GVQD77DVPOC6OILLKGPEKADVW253ZEOJX4FGLG2SVWZMFHW",
            "supportedInterfaces": {}
        },
        "apiEndpoint": "https://api.eu.amazonalexa.com",
        "apiAccessToken": "eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJSUzI1NiIsImtpZCI6IjEifQ.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.L0hwnl1wAddgWkZBxbu9Q4nRHlzwWglcSiqzf4Z_Nzg8C4XzsP9-5x_wccMpDWRPQxE5s0YOf6UfkCooakR36lVkm6Z7PhVqJShNrF6YooC29vjJ50C1-_wg27AwcDWXBG4c_tjDTFcrAuwkNOo3pBUjA9xE00a3q6Ecs-UtD-stQXoLv4J0f8bpe7AEpfc1pzaqhBXkybYYA91IFLVX67Gvxqiag2CwjdT6BO0uayQqZpXZd5F4IRfYuLmsqK0aFIJv5g0h_kfwPusowLkGneegE2uTLE5SwZpZkWg9-aI-6HvdvRe1DvZbgnJKjw2SBRNGdKT-UOkJZTndI3mgag"
    },
    "Viewport": {
        "experiences": [
            {
                "arcMinuteWidth": 246,
                "arcMinuteHeight": 144,
                "canRotate": false,
                "canResize": false
            }
        ],
        "shape": "RECTANGLE",
        "pixelWidth": 1024,
        "pixelHeight": 600,
        "dpi": 160,
        "currentPixelWidth": 1024,
        "currentPixelHeight": 600,
        "touch": [
            "SINGLE"
        ],
        "video": {
            "codecs": [
                "H_264_42",
                "H_264_41"
            ]
        }
    },
    "Viewports": [
        {
            "type": "APL",
            "id": "main",
            "shape": "RECTANGLE",
            "dpi": 160,
            "presentationType": "STANDARD",
            "canRotate": false,
            "configuration": {
                "current": {
                    "video": {
                        "codecs": [
                            "H_264_42",
                            "H_264_41"
                        ]
                    },
                    "size": {
                        "type": "DISCRETE",
                        "pixelWidth": 1024,
                        "pixelHeight": 600
                    }
                }
            }
        }
    ]
},
"request": {
    "type": "LaunchRequest",
    "requestId": "amzn1.echo-api.request.b0de7b26-cfba-4942-92b4-d5589c7b8db3",
    "timestamp": "2020-03-29T15:21:35Z",
    "locale": "en-IN",
    "shouldLinkResultBeReturned": false
}

}

google search console – divide a long article into sub-articles with a different title

I have a long article with several topics, and in fact, I confused the title of the article to use.

So before I publish this article, I plan to divide the topics of this long article into sub-articles so that I can easily use a strong title as well as strong keywords for each new article.

Is it a best practice ?!

Google Search Console coverage errors

I am trying to understand all of these errors that I get in Google Search Console (95). I have attached some screenshots. 1 is the errors and I circle a couple. Those like this: https://wehearthandmadeboots.com/2020/03/ worry me because it is not a tag or category (WordPress), so I don't really know why it gets an error without index.

The second screenshot is my setting in All In One SEO in WordPress for the NOINDEX settings. Can anyone see what i am wrong here?

I would make sure the tag and categories are followed, but I don't want to be hit with duplicate content.

Shouldn't I worry about this or anything else you can see?
Settings.jpg
Errors.jpg

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Thank you
SEMrush

Google Search Console always reports unwanted keywords on our site even after cleaning up a hack

Just before the previous Christmas, our website was hacked and our Christmas present consisted of files placed on our server and a redirect to an online pharmacy selling viagra! Merry Christmas to us! Fortunately, we found out a few days after that happened, so all of the files were deleted as well as the redirect files. We also purchased security software and everything seemed to be back to normal, except that our traffic remained low.

However, recently we discovered on our Google Search Console under the Link tab and then on the main anchor from external links (my Google console is in Portuguese, so maybe it doesn't translate exactly like that …) that the word "viagra" is the third most popular link term listed … Now how bad is it? We have exported the list of external links and found a number of links with "viagra" … I don't know yet if these link pages are still online, because I haven't checked all of them yet.

Do you think it still negatively affects our website? How to delete this word "viagra" from our Google console?

Google Search Console – Your sitemap or sitemap index file does not correctly declare the namespace!

Here is my site map, it starts like this:








    
        https://autocostos.info/AR
        weekly
        

            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            
            

But the Google search console insists that

Your sitemap or sitemap index file does not correctly declare the namespace

They just give an example on line 16:
Line 16
Parent tag: url
Tag: link

Line 16 corresponds to

What am i doing wrong?

game – Tic Tac Toe in C ++ (console version)

I did a 2 player Tic Tac Toe game in C ++
I also set up an error check (as if the players are entering an invalid position)

#include 
using namespace std;

#define Player1 1
#define Player2 2

int whoseTurn;

string moves(3) = {"empty", "cross", "zero"};
string board(9) = {"empty", "empty", "empty", "empty", "empty", "empty", "empty", "empty", "empty"};
//An array to avoid duplicate input
int playedPos(9) = {0};

void printBoard()
{
    cout << endl;
    for (int i = 0; i < 9; i++)
    {
        if (i == 3 || i == 6)
        {
            cout << endl;
            cout << endl;
        }
        if (board(i) == "empty")
        {
            cout << "t"
                 << " | ";
        }
        else
        {
            cout << "t" << board(i) << " ";
        }
    }
    cout << endl;
}

//Checking if any paper has won
bool check_for_victory(string board())
{
    if ((board(0) != "empty") && (board(0) == board(1)) && (board(1) == board(2)))
        return true;
    if ((board(3) != "empty") && (board(3) == board(4)) && (board(4) == board(5)))
        return true;
    if ((board(6) != "empty") && (board(6) == board(7)) && (board(7) == board(8)))
        return true;
    if ((board(0) != "empty") && (board(0) == board(3)) && (board(3) == board(6)))
        return true;
    if ((board(1) != "empty") && (board(1) == board(4)) && (board(4) == board(7)))
        return true;
    if ((board(2) != "empty") && (board(2) == board(5)) && (board(5) == board(8)))
        return true;
    if ((board(0) != "empty") && (board(0) == board(4)) && (board(4) == board(8)))
        return true;
    if ((board(6) != "empty") && (board(6) == board(4)) && (board(4) == board(2)))
        return true;
    return false;
}

void makeMove(int whoseTurn)
{
    //Variable for counting how many times the game is played
    int gameCount = 0;
    int pos, move;
    while ((check_for_victory(board) == false) && (gameCount != 9))
    {
        cout << "Where you want to make move: ";
        cin >> pos;
        if (pos < 10 && pos > 0) //Checking if the user entered a valid move
        {
            pos--;
            //incrementing the position at the pos index to 1
            playedPos(pos)++;
            if (playedPos(pos) <= 1)
            {
                if (whoseTurn == Player1)
                {
                    move = Player1;
                    board(pos) = moves(move);
                    printBoard();
                    whoseTurn = Player2;
                    gameCount++;
                }
                else if (whoseTurn == Player2)
                {
                    move = Player2;
                    board(pos) = moves(move);
                    printBoard();
                    whoseTurn = Player1;
                    gameCount++;
                }
            }
            else
            {
                cout << "You have played this move" << endl;
            }
        }
        else
        {
            cout << "Enter a valid position" << endl;
        }
    }

    if ((check_for_victory(board) == false) && gameCount != 9)
    {
        cout << "Math is draw" << endl;
    }
    else
    {
        if (whoseTurn == Player1)
        {
            cout << "Player 2 is WINNER!" << endl;
        }
        else
        {
            cout << "Player 1 is WINNNER!" << endl;
        }
    }
}

int main()
{
    whoseTurn = Player1;
    printBoard();
    makeMove(Player1);
}