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Google not indexing new posts?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Kris88, Nov 2, 2011.

  1. Kris88

    Kris88 Regular Member

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    After I got severely Panda'd, all new content I've posted on the site since has not been indexed in the search results.

    Can anyone tell me what I'm supposed to do about this? :/
     
  2. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    Im thinking its going to take some time. In order for anyone to really help you, you might have to give some more info on what you were doing before that made you think you got pandalized :)
     
  3. englandrm

    englandrm Senior Member

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    Have an xml sitemap. Also have links going from your main page to those pages. An html sitemap can help with this. Watch out for crawl errors. And maybe try building some links to those inner pages. I've never run into that with a site before, but these things should help. Having unique content would also improve the chances of getting indexed.
     
  4. Winchester

    Winchester BANNED BANNED

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    Panda also made the rules for what gets indexed stricter content wise. You may want to consider revisiting how your content is created.

    Content used to be king. Now it's quality.
     
  5. poziko

    poziko Junior Member

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    I think englandrm gave you already good advice. You should link to inner pages that are already indexed. That should get you on your feet quicker.
     
  6. Kris88

    Kris88 Regular Member

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    All content is unique content, I also have an immense network of inner links intra-linking between articles.

    I got Panda'd like a lot of people on the 14th, nothing has changed since.

    I have the sitemap plugin for WP, is that what you guys are referring to?
     
  7. zmoney

    zmoney Senior Member

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    Damn, I've created a 40 page site on the 21st and its been fully indexed for a couple of days with just 40 social bookmarks, 10 article sites. Was pretty much the same for me. 600+ word articles in the health field. Every post I've done on my sites that got 90% wiped by panda have been indexed as well, no change in rate.
     
  8. hvwebseo

    hvwebseo Newbie

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    Oh i am surprised this is really ridiculous question. Google is indexing the site, if you have done unique and appropriate submission and work on any site.
     
  9. xfinityinformation

    xfinityinformation Registered Member

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    My new sites seems to be taking awhile for the inner pages to get indexed. I have he XML plugin installed as well. I think it's simply going to take longer now, the content is unique and if yours is too I think you'll be fine.
     
  10. jamesmorison

    jamesmorison Newbie

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    Maybe your blog is not indexed anymore.
     
  11. bewithme465

    bewithme465 Regular Member

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    new posts indexing min 4 weeks these days
     
  12. Realign02

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    4 weeks? That's insanely long.

    Most of mine get indexed w/i 24 hours. I'm not sure how you're adding content, but it doesn't seem to be working.
     
  13. Kaithe.Clarke

    Kaithe.Clarke Regular Member

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    First of all, read this Panda survival guide...


    Since you know, your content is hurt by Panda, so wipe out all the bad content and write fresh and informative content from the start, load it with relevant, informative and valuable ancor text.

    Publish the content on your website and ping the search engines.

    Good Luck!