Our problem is simple: we have statistics data for www.example.com but some data is missing for example.com (eg."links to your site", "structured data, "html improvements") .
However, "search queries", "index status" and some other data is available for example.com.
The problem is that we have over 5000 subdomains(subdomain1.example.com, subdomain2.example.com, etc...) and we see no information about them.(especially links pointing to them).
We followed every advice given by Google but doesn't seem to work:
-Adding www.example.com and example.com in WMT
-Setting www.example.com as the preffered domain
-Using DNS verification to verify our site
It's more than 30 days since we made these modifications in WMT, and still no data for subdomains. What do we have to do?
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