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Canonical Domain and G limit on indexed pages

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by dizen, May 17, 2010.

  1. dizen

    dizen Regular Member

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    I am going to create a bunch of canonical domains for auto blogging.

    My understanding is Google put limit on number of indexed pages on a new domain/site.

    Suppose, my main domain , e.g. mynewersite.com has reached it's limit , e.g. 1000 indexed pages, will Google index my auto blogs on these canonical domains? or are they treated seperately from my main domain. i.e. each of them will get quota of say 1000 indexed pages.

    e.g.

    one.mynewersite.com
    two.mynewersite.com
    three.mynewersite.com

    Thanks:)
     
  2. nsixsixsix

    nsixsixsix Newbie

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    there is no quota. your crawl allowance is related directly to your pagerank.

    regarding subs, they are all treated as separate sites

    hope this helps.
     
  3. Malachute

    Malachute Junior Member

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    When I reached 100.000 pages in the index, Google deleted about 70.000 pages from the cache so I had 30k left (precisely the amount of posts). So for some reason they deleted all the tags from their index. Now it's back to 35k again since I stopped letting Google index tags.

    Didn't have any sub domains at that time, so if you come to know something - let us know too ;)
     
  4. gypsydogg

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    I have heard this before, however if you look at google webmaster tools you will see it treats sub-domains as linking from the same domain...I'm doubtful of this now, but if you could clarify this I'd appreciate it
     
  5. cool5now

    cool5now Registered Member

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    There is no limit I have a 1 month old domain with 280,000 pages indexed. PR0. The site has 500,000 unique pages. Google loves the unique content.
     
  6. dizen

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    How much traffic do you get on your 500,000 pages site?

     
  7. cool5now

    cool5now Registered Member

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    100-150 uv's a day after one month with no promotion should increase naturally to about 1000/day after a year. If you build links well then the possibilities are endless.
     
  8. dizen

    dizen Regular Member

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    Wow does it mean you post 17000 pages in a day on average?
     
  9. nsixsixsix

    nsixsixsix Newbie

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    enjoy it while it lasts imo.
    1 month is a short timespan :).. come back and let us know how many pages are indexed in 3 months imo. if traffic drops [or a multitude of other things happen] i daresay your indexing will drop..
     
  10. cool5now

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    Hi dizen no I don't post 17000 pages each and every day, these sites gets uploaded as a big tar ball and unzipped. Bit of automatic content expansion to keep it fresh. I have similar projects that are 2-3 years old and in my experience the number of pages indexed only goes up. Well almost always only goes up there are a few times when I've done something stupid to get sites deindexed. These sites aren't really built for traffic in fact if I could stop people going on them I would.
     
  11. ru ru

    ru ru Junior Member

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    i've tried that. google seems to have "quota" per domain. sub domains doesn't help much. normally 1st month is 1k-3k indexed. 2nd, and 3rd are ~15k.
    by "normal", i mean you're promoting with rss submission, social bookmarking and directory submission.

    in not-normal condition, which is if you can keep up a very good amount of incoming links, the quota of a site is practically unlimited.
     
  12. automatic

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    hahaha . . . you wanna stop people from going to them . . . so if not for traffic / ads clicks then for what? Strictly PR for other money sites?
     
  13. cool5now

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    Hi Automatic,

    Yeah basically just for promoting money sites. I just checked in webmaster tools and on that site I mentioned google is now reporting 310,000 pages indexed. Google will assess the first 100 links per page. Realistically 10-20 external links per page is the max IMO. That's a potential for 3.1-6.2 million links with my own anchor text.

    With 10-20 of these sites spread across your own countries IP ranges you can compete in almost any niche you wish. Obviously I don't just drop a million links to one site. But by adding links from these sites along with the normal comment/forum/xss spam you can get a bit of an advantage over people who are just blasting the sh*t out of xrumer.

    ru ru
    "normally 1st month is 1k-3k indexed. 2nd, and 3rd are ~15k."

    I have found quite the oposite, from my experience if you submit a site with 20 pages the big G will index 10-15 in the first month. A 100 pages and it'll be 30-60. A 1000 pages and they'll index 300-600. Once you start going larger up into the ten of thousands or even hundreds of thousands I have found consistantly between 30% and 60% of pages get indexed in the first month and between 50%-90% in the first year.

    I really am not doing anything particuarly special to get these kind of results and I would be very suprised if anyone has had problems getting less than 50% of a good unique content site indexed regardless of size. If you have then check the site structure, xml sitemap the lot and think about internal linking.
     
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  14. kenkaniff

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    Good information