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I will give a 30 $ reward for helping me in the following issue.

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by sunnyn73, Apr 11, 2012.

  1. sunnyn73

    sunnyn73 Newbie

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    I have a wordpress website (wwwdotApkAndroidGamedotcom), I have been going through a uncommon problem of post not publishing on time. Few months before each and every post of my website was publishing within 5 minutes or less. But from last 2 or 3 months my posts are not publishing on time. They usually publish after 7 days but not before. But my site start to appear in search engines when i search the exact title in Google Highlighting my title in description( Unlike in Yahoo or Bing, it get publish there quickly) i I worried please help me in this regard, i want to get my post published as quickly as before.

    I will give a 30$ reward to the issue solver.

    Thanking you
    Sunny tewathia
     
  2. seoguy81

    seoguy81 Power Member

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    Looks like a plugin issue. Try disabling all your plugins and enable them one by one to check. Using statcounter or something, disable it
     
  3. kaif0346

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    You have problem with indexing your posts in search engine or wordpress delay you posts publications ??
     
  4. aZooZa

    aZooZa Newbie

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    I see this error:

    Couldn't connect to database server.Couldn't find database jqueryc_db.An unexpected problem has occured with the application.
    SELECT statscurl_id FROM `statscurl` WHERE statscurl_ip = '';
     
  5. Falrish

    Falrish Regular Member

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    I can help you out for sure. There are plugins that help this issue. There are also many updates.

    If you want to discuss please PM me all the information on your site (what version of WordPress you are using and a full listing of your plugins)

    If you cannot PM me yet, try my skype Falrish

    Hope to hear from you soon.
     
  6. sunnyn73

    sunnyn73 Newbie

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    Let me tell you all, only in Google my posts are not indexing properly but in yahoo and Bing, they are getting indexed properly and quickly...
     
  7. seoguy81

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    OK.. Misread your post. So you meant to say how to get your posts indexed in Google and nothing to do with 'publishing of posts' on your WP blog. :bugsbunny
     
  8. pavan

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    one more newbie
    seems like he is having issues with google indexing
     
  9. SweTech

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    Get adminspotbacklinkbooster (google it) and use that on every single new post.

    Please donate the $30 to Sea Shepherd.
     
  10. sunnyn73

    sunnyn73 Newbie

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    Posts not publishing in Google Along with the Title.. they begin to appear after a minimum of 7days. I want them indexed properly in Google within few minutes , like before..
     
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    sunnyn73 Newbie

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    There is nothing related to the SEO. Please Don't market here....
     
  13. warrior007

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    I think i can help you to sort out this problem, add me on skype for further conversation.
     
  14. pavan

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    I bet he is not even going to pay 30$ to anyone
     
  15. sunnyn73

    sunnyn73 Newbie

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    Pavan.... Ok then, have a bet with me. You will give me 300$ if i paid.....If not i will give you 300$...Bet is set...
     
  16. Ion77

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    After 30 mins from the time you publish a new post go to Google blog Search and search for your blogs posts. (blogurl:[your blog]). If your new post has been indexed, try searching for it in google blog search (by date) and check out when exactly it has been published.

    I had experienced a kinda similar problem in Wordpress. The difference was that my new posts were shown to have been published 17 hours ago from the time i really published them. It had happened to me around January after i stopped from CloudFlare. Try for starters to remove your plugins, just in case any of them causes it and check out your timezone selection in your wordpress.
     
  17. Clicking

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    Try shooting your web hosting company with this text.

    There may be a problem with mod_security that is tripping the modsec rule, preventing me from updating WordPress posts. Please exclude the wp-admin section from modsec at your earliest convenience.

    I've saw this suggestion before, I hope this will help you.