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95% of my website is not indexed by google?WHY??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by deyu16, Sep 25, 2011.

  1. deyu16

    deyu16 Registered Member

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    As the title says I CAN'T get most of my website indexed on google or anyother search engine.Let me explain I have a photography website with pages like Contact,home,privacy policy,license terms ,blog,and a few post on blog section and most important the theme I have has a special PORTFOLIO where I can add pictures and such just like a normal post.The problem is that I have more than 200 post from the portfolio witch are not anywhere in google:| The rest of the website got indexed !
    Why?????Can someone help me?
     
  2. Corvox

    Corvox Registered Member

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    There is a few things you can do to get indexed by google.

    1.Use google and submit a site map to them.
    2.Use social bookmark sites that google spiders.
    3.Use article sites that google spider
    4. And many more.

    I would create an account with google and submit a site map , Just google "submit a site map to google" and click on google's support page.

    That should be the first step you take in my opinion.
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    P.S. you could have problems getting listed naturally if you site is full of java, or flash. Cant help more then what I listed because I do not know the site. But what I listed above will help get you listed either way.
     
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  3. LukesDad

    LukesDad Junior Member

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    I usually put adSense and analytics code on every page, together with the already mentioned siemap and deep links, I get my pages into the index pretty quick.
     
  4. deyu16

    deyu16 Registered Member

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    I use a site map already...I ll try with bookmarks and analytics code
     
  5. fimms

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    Some random tips...

    Content need to be unique, your domain or ip could be on blacklist after initial index, content is too thin,... check that your title tag is different on every page, as well as keyword and description meta tags. Sometimes it helps. Check there are no blocks on robot.txt file and your links work to all subpages. Submit your site to ping services.
     
  6. Sleinad

    Sleinad Senior Member

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    I don't understand how people go on about indexing...my sites get indexed after a few weeks with just a basic title without any work, because of sites that list newly registered domains. But when I work on them they get indexed pretty much instantly, I never even check because I know they will be.

    Just use a rapid indexer in Scrapebox or websites that do this, and build links, bookmarks etc. Its basic stuff, when you come to actually ranking you will realise how easy indexing is...