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Blogger post not indexing

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by StarkContrast, May 10, 2014.

  1. StarkContrast

    StarkContrast Regular Member

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    I'm puzzled. Ten days ago I posted a 2000+ word product review on a blogspot/blogger post. It's the only post on that blog.

    I pinged it once, created a sitemap, added it in google webmaster tools but still it hasn't been indexed. Nothing BH at all. I used to get these posts indexed in hours because it's a blogger post, and now it's been since April 30. There are no external links in the post, one photo, and the rest is text. I checked other posts within that email account (about 5 blogs total and about 10 posts total) and they're indexed fine. This is just a puzzle to me. Any thoughts?
     
  2. jsmith250

    jsmith250 Junior Member

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    weird, are you 100% sure the post is unique ?
    edit: try to +1 the post with google plus, from my experience if you +1 with google plus a post from blogspot, the post is indexed maybe instantly if the post have great content.
     
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  3. StarkContrast

    StarkContrast Regular Member

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    Yes, positive it's unique. It was a REAL review of a product I bought! Imagine that! lol Let me do the G+. It's just a weird thing I guess. Thanks. I'll let you know.

    Edit: I had already G+ it twice, and just did a third time as a diff user.
     
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  4. jsmith250

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    Even a new blogspot with 0 posts on it if you post a article about 300-400+ unique on it and you G+1 it, is indexed maybe instantly. Wait for your answer, i'm just curious :). Make sure your Google plus profile have some activity, not a spammy account.
     
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    May be there was an issue with duplicate contents/links
     
  6. StarkContrast

    StarkContrast Regular Member

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    No, there shouldn't be a problem with dupe content because I wrote it myself based on my experience with the product.
     
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    primesuspectz Newbie

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    Have you tried submitting the domain to index via webmasters? If all else fails, how about moving to a new blog?
     
  8. T2tkid

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    This happened to me, are you using secondary template? If so revert it to default. Or you can use google url tool to submit it. Google- 'submit url to google'
     
  9. StarkContrast

    StarkContrast Regular Member

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    Nope, using default template. I submitted the URL to google already and it's been crawled a number of times. I'm going to put the content on a domain and make it into a product review site.
     
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    You already submitted the URL to Google right, then why you're adding the same content in your blogger to another domain. Check whether the link has been crawled by G bots are not, if they were indexed post a different content to your registered domain and continue to use it as your product review site.
     
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    MyPasswordIs1234 Registered Member

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    Having the same issue. But mine is 20+ 2.0's that won't show up with ~1.5k content on each...
     
  12. jsmith250

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    2 days ago I created a webs.com site and I added 4 unique articles, no spun, 500+ words and I made 2 ******** backlinks from a blogspot and from a wordpress(same, unique articles, no spun); both have some HQ backlinks and receive some organic visitators(20-30 per day). Wordpress article got indexed, but the blogspot post and webs.com site still not indexed... maybe we have luck to bad luck. I will see what is happening in 1-2 days.
     
  13. Jodly

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    Give it a few quality backlinks.
     
  14. jsmith250

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    Checked 1 min ago and my web 2.0 got indexed.

     
  15. StarkContrast

    StarkContrast Regular Member

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    Well, I took down the blogger blog, and put the content into a brand new domain. Submitted to Google Webmaster Tools, then submitted sitemap and indexed. Just checked. The index showed up as a result (but not the post) as being indexed. Less than an hour total. Then I had the actual post indexed. That took less than 10 minutes. Both index directory and post are now indexed in Google. Not sure what was up with the blogger blog.

    Problem is now I don't want that indexed directory page (domain root) to show but that's a different issue altogether, one of my own making. :)
     
  16. tojamie

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    Yes. Of course maybe duplicate or site structure issue. You can go and see webmaster tool for any errors.

    Or, You can spin content and submit again. And promoted via leading social media sites and content curation. That's easy to index your content.
     
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    Glad to hear that! But still weird, my blogposts post are mainly indexed very quick max 2 maybe 3 days, but yours I don't know.

     
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    I have problem with tumblr, 11 articles in range 400-1000 words, unique, added sitemap, pinging, sharing on facebook, twitter, google+, and only my home is indexed, same problem has my friend. We don't have this problem with wordpress.
     
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    Give any difficult to index page a good quality backlink, such as a blog post from a pbn.
     
  20. littlehead

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    Use default template and check seo settings