Any updates mate? This is even worst than the manual penalty since the webmasters don't get a message in the webmaster tools and don't know what to do in order to resolve the problem. I am ready to hire a freelancer who is able to fix this with my wh website.@onlinework Just tried with two of them, but I did not validate the domain change in the same gsc as someone else did; I edited a bit the website after cloning, I randomized post dates including random schedules, I cleared all the content in the old website, set as noindex and then redirected 301. I also added the new property to a new, different search console gmail account. Will see how it goes the next month
They just both got indexed after gsc submission of new domain. I will see in upcoming weeks if they can get over the 4 pages of results limit. They both should as they have 50 and 300+ posts respectivelyAny updates mate? This is even worst than the manual penalty since the webmasters don't get a message in the webmaster tools and don't know what to do in order to resolve the problem. I am ready to hire a freelancer who is able to fix this with my wh website.
Yes, this happened to me on domains i spammed to death with backlinksAnyone has similar issues recently? Website index good at first, but gradually dropped, finally when you site: on Google, only 4 page indexed, this is a known penalty if I am right, but not much talks online.
Anyone else? What have you found?
My website is not in the Google News and I am using Yoast so i guess that will not help me at all. Thank you for the advice anyway.Someone on FB said they were hooked up to Rank Math instant indexing and the switched to GN Publisher and ran through Google Publisher center and it fixed this issue
So I guess we don't have any other option except starting with a new fresh domain.2 of my site got this, I did a 301 in 1 of my site and in just a few days the 301'd site also got the 4 page index penalty and not the gradual decrease of indexed pages as I expected... LOL