It’s really a duplicate content issue, and the pages are folded together in google’s index. So it broke the hreflang tags because it can’t make the connections between certain pairs. How can an australian page be an alternative to the uk page when the australian page is fold Cambodia Mobile Number and indexed as an american page? There were a few commands to fix this problem at the time. If site:domain page searches or searches for a keyword Cambodia Mobile Number showed the wrong version. That was a good indication. Info: domain/page would tell you the canonicalized version or the version the page was indexed under. If it showed a different page, folding would occur and you would likely end up with the wrong version showing in the serps.
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You can also check the page cache in the serps or with the cache. Domain page command . One caveat to Cambodia Mobile Number this was that the site may have automatic redirect. Moreover, Logic based on internet protocol (ip) or browser language, and the cache could have Cambodia Mobile Number inaccurate. It boiled down to the pages being duplicate content, not that Cambodia Mobile Number they had their hreflang tags incorrect. Here is an example, check and you will see the canadian (ca) version. It’s the same with caching; cache: google.
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Would show the cache for the canadian version of the page. And say they were folded together, and the canadian version became the main version. At the time, people searching Cambodia Mobile Number for google australia would probably have seen google canada. Then came the update that changed everything. Changes since the update google’s messaging Cambodia Mobile Number has changed since the update. Google says the signals are consolidated, and even though the pages are folded together. The hreflang tags will be honored and the correct version will show.