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Is it dangerous to use "Fetch as Google" too much in Webmaster Tools?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by raytto, Mar 14, 2017.

  1. raytto

    raytto Newbie

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    G says "You have a weekly quota of 500 fetches. When you are approaching your limit, you will see a notification on the page."

    I'm trying to use 'fetch as google' every new post until G started indexing my blog regularly.

    I write 5 ~ 10 unique article per day in my blog.
    And I submitted sitemap to G.
    Also I Resolved duplicate contents issue.

    Is it dangerous to use "Fetch as Google" every new post?

    I hope G will take all of my contents.

    Sorry for my English.
     
  2. validseo

    validseo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Just resubmit a sitemap instead. Fetch as Google doesn't update the Google cache entry so it is probably not doing what you hope it is doing.

     
  3. raytto

    raytto Newbie

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    Thank you for reply.

    How about resubmit a sitemap and using Fetch as Google together?

    I think Google indexing is too slow.
    It takes 2~3 weeks for my article to be indexed.
     
  4. Nargil

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    If it takes 2-3 weeks for your article to index, then your site is simply not good enough. Rather than forcing it down Google's throat, try to improve your articles and site. After it has some half decent authority, they will be getting indexed pretty fast. Learn patience. Without that, you won't make a hole in the SEO world.
     
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  5. computerjerk

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    Yes even after you fetch and render. it wont be an instant indexing. it will take whatever time it has to.
     
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    vasyatko Newbie

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    100% agreed in our today's WH SEO world - "Learn patience" is the main criteria to succeed!