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Help Me Index My Domains after Website/Content/Host Shift

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Bedbug, Apr 5, 2016.

  1. Bedbug

    Bedbug Regular Member

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    i have had two different authority websites for over a year now. I purchased new domains then shifted all contents to the new domain, deleted the content from the old website, placed in different hosts, changed theme. I No indexed the olds site/No followed the old sites for all crawlers in the .htaccess.

    After two months google is yet to index my domain, i have pumped some web 2.0, some profiles and a PBN dripfed. Why is google not indexing my domain or why take so long.
    I have decided to add 10 new content, fetched the pages but Google is taking so long to index.

    Kindly guide me what to do to index faster.
     
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    Hi OP,

    Send me your domains via PM and I will run them through Index Nuke. Lets see if that does it.
     
  3. Bedbug

    Bedbug Regular Member

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    Thank you for taking time to assist. I appreciate

    I have sent you the two previous domain and the two domains i shifted to for your perusal and assistance

     
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    Hi there,

    I am now running the 2 sites through Index Nuke. I have also checked the old sites. They are still showing content on there. I would highly recommend 301 redirecting the old domains to the new domains using .htaccess. The old sites do not appear to have the 'noindex' tag also but I would stay away from that anyway and just 301 redirect them to the new domains.

    I will run them through Index Nuke though to try and get them indexed but without the 301's in place it might be more difficult due to the duplicate content from the old domains.
     
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    Thank you i am running the 301 redirect and will inform you once completed in the next few minutes
     
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    When domains fail to index, it usually signals a problem. Check if there is anything that may be preventing it from indexing.
     
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    Great i have done as per your request now waiting for you to run them
     
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    Yes i had some problem as @thebigweb indicated 1. the older sites were still online with the old content despite no-indexing them however i have fixed the 301 redirects.
     
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    Both domains seem to be indexing nicely in google now. It may take time for all pages to show up. If you use the following operator (below in bold) within the google search you will see what pages are currently indexed. Give it time for Google to pickup the 301's for full indexing.

    site:yourdomain.com
     
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    I thank you @thebigweb for assisting me, yes i can confirm they are now indexing after several months in the cold. I appreciate your effort. Thank you very much and problem solved.

     
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    You're very welcome :)