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Need Suggestions on getting website de-indexed

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by dmc444, May 30, 2016.

  1. dmc444

    dmc444 Newbie

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    I recently changed my domain names and now 301 re-directing the old domain to the new one. Google so far as indexed 75% of the pages with the new domain name.

    However Google still has indexed 90% of the "old" site even though you can't access it because there is a 301 re-direct.

    I went to webmaster tools and submitted a site change of address 5 days ago, however I am still seeing the pages in "search" any idea how to speed this process up so if i google the old domain name it will keep falling in page count?
     
  2. K.H.R

    K.H.R Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You dont have to change in Google Webmaster Tool, Just add the new site. It will take few time, even more to get indexed.

    You dont have to de-indexed the old one, Just do proper 301 redirection.

    Just wait...
     
  3. niche racer

    niche racer Regular Member

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    Google takes time to get indexed when you got redirect through 301. so wait for few days.
    It will get indexed through the help of old domain.
     
  4. Sristy

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    And you will get the old rankings also back :)
     
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    ben mart Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Wait patiently for few more days. When you did redirect your site by 301 google may take some time get indexed so don't worry.
    Google will index your site.
     
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    Wait for few days.It will get indexed through the help of old domain. Google takes time to get indexed when you got redirect through 301.
     
  7. SEO Sicko

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    The indexation time of Google will depend on your site.
    Wait for a while for getting indexed then you can make 301 Redirect.
    Because if you make the 301 before indexation means it will lead to the ban and also chances of getting penalty.
     
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    It will get indexed through the help of old domain. Google takes time to get indexed when you got redirect through 301.
     
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    Check Google Search Console on the new website for 404 Crawl Errors... anything redirected improperly might cause a 404 and the log will show you what to fix. Keep in mind that you are waiting for Google to recrawl the web and update it's graph model of the web's links and transfer everything to the new website and reflect the changes in the SERPs... it might take 2 or more cycles for all that to happen and each full cycle takes about 22 days. So you might be looking at 2 or more months and that is if you had a flawless execution with no mistakes.