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Looking for Someone to Consult with on HTML (Google Won't Index My Site)

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by DarkShade, Mar 7, 2014.

  1. DarkShade

    DarkShade Junior Member

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    Issue resolved. :)
     
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  2. iBrazilian

    iBrazilian Regular Member

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    Check your robots.txt file, is there anything in there?
     
  3. venom555

    venom555 Power Member

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    Let me know the URL of your site.
     
  4. DarkShade

    DarkShade Junior Member

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    It wasn't an issue with robots.txt, google found no issues with that either. I'm pretty sure it's just an issue somewhere in the HTML.
     
  5. jayrat14

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    Ok, so whats the site url? will check it out.
     
  6. DarkShade

    DarkShade Junior Member

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    Sent you both the URL
     
  7. DarkShade

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    Solved the issue, not sure how to close the thread. It was a really..really.. silly issue -.-
     
  8. Chakeda

    Chakeda Newbie

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    Let me guess. You forgot a slash :p
     
  9. DarkShade

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    No not exactly :p but I've done that once, it took 30 seconds of looking in Notepad++ to see when that happened though. I just never doubted my CPA affiliate manager and thought he knew exactly what he was talking about. This just taught me to never assume someone is right and just test it for myself lol.
     
  10. usong725

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    Based on my experience, it takes some time to reflect on google the updates i do on my already indexed page specially on low pr domains.

    Even in my pr3 domain, this happens. Recently, after i published a page and got it indexed in 3 hrs i changed the meta description. It took less than a week to reflect that in google search result.