Google Webmaster Tools: Add HTTPS as separate property

Google Webmaster Tools tracks http and https on separate properties. God knows why. I had a small heart attack when I visited the dashboard and saw that my domain seemed to have vanished from search result pages and that the only thing people found my site on was a post about mining bitcoin.

It’s been a while since I switched a couple of domains to https through the awesome people at Let’s Encrypt, but I absolutely forgot that the Google Webmaster tools would not pick up search engine traffic to my pages after making use of the new URLs.

I just added https://jonathanmh.com to the tracking and voilà:

Everything seems alright again 😉 I’m off to doing that to a bunch of other domains now.

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2 thoughts on “Google Webmaster Tools: Add HTTPS as separate property”

  1. Thanks for writing such a good article on Google Webmaster tool. I am looking to try these techniques for my website birchi.in . Your tips are helpful for the person to make good blog marketing for their websites or blog. This content is so valuable and surely unique that people are happy and really helpful for them. there is no any other ways to get customers than Google indexing and Marketing and no any pressure from your side. Neither in the form of request nor hint or reminder in any ways.
    Thanks

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