I see 8THEME name in google search when I search for my website

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  • Avatar: GigWeb
    GigWeb
    Participant
    March 20, 2024 at 23:50

    Hello,

    I see 8THEME when I search for my website on google. I have already reindex my website on google search console. I am waiting for than 2 month and I still see the 8THEME as you can see in the screenshot https://prnt.sc/70ezE7AlkcfZ.

    I am using yoast seo plugin. In the yoast plugin I see the website normally https://prnt.sc/Jg3OUMjMMmkG.
    But on google I see 8THEME on the name of website.

    Why does it happend? How can I get rid of 8THEME name on google search?

    Thank you

    Please, contact administrator
    for this information.
    1 Answer
    Avatar: Rose Tyler
    Rose Tyler
    Support staff
    March 21, 2024 at 08:32

    Hello, GigWeb,

    Thank you for reaching out to us with your concern. We understand how important it is for your website to display the correct information on Google search results.

    From the screenshots you’ve provided, it appears that there may be a discrepancy between the metadata set up in your Yoast SEO plugin and what is being displayed on Google. This can sometimes happen if Google has not yet updated its index to reflect the changes you’ve made, or if there is another underlying issue.

    To address this, please follow these steps:

    1.1 Double-check that your Yoast SEO settings are correctly configured with the desired site name and meta descriptions.
    1.2 Check the Canonical URL in the Home page settings – https://yoast.com/help/canonical-urls-in-yoast-seo/
    2. Ensure that your website’s sitemap is up to date and has been submitted to Google Search Console.
    3. Use the “Inspect URL” feature in Google Search Console to check the status of the affected URLs and request a re-crawl if necessary.
    4. Consider using the “Remove URLs” tool in Google Search Console to temporarily hide the incorrect information while Google processes the updated information.

    If you have already taken these steps and the issue persists, it may be beneficial to look into other areas that could be affecting your search results, such as:

    – Cached information on Google’s servers that has not yet been refreshed.
    – Other areas of your website that may contain the “8THEME” text, such as in the footer or in widget areas, which could be influencing Google’s indexing.

    We hope this information is helpful.

    Best Regards,
    8Theme’s Team

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