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New PBN getting crawled but not indexing new posts?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by beingink, Jan 31, 2017.

  1. beingink

    beingink Senior Member

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    I basically but a powerful domain through auction and it was always indexed. Put it up, recreated old powerful posts and everything was indexed well within 12 hours. It even got the giant box on google when you search for the site name.

    The problem is the new posts that I have put up for tests are refusing to index. Just wondering if anyone has any experience with this?
     
  2. Hubba

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    I bought a decent expired domain, and pointed it to a registrar. G indexed the empty site immediately. I let it sit blank for a month and recently put a WP site with Title, Tagline, etc, but no content. G updated the index to reflect the changes. I scheduled a bunch of Multiblogger posts with images. They've been dripping out the past week. None of them are indexed yet. I was thinking it was due to the lightly spun/re-arranged content, but your post makes me wonder.

    Are you using handwritten, unique content?
     
  3. MikeyMikey13

    MikeyMikey13 Senior Member

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    You just need to wait. Posts take a long time to index if they are power quality, or have very little internal links to them.

    If needs to be, add a video, use Google Video XML Sitemap Plugin to index posts instantly.
     
  4. Automation247

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    Wait a few days dude, if you want fast results then SEO isn't your game :)
     
  5. beingink

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    Content is unique and is the same kind of content that is indexing on other sites.

    Did that too and have been waiting for more then 2 weeks.

    I have been waiting man for 2 weeks now. The weird thing is it is a powerful domain so it should have easily indexed.. So its weird that it is not happening.
     
  6. Larry Igna

    Larry Igna Junior Member

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    Something is happening with my woocommerce store too.Submitted sitemap, 12k links total, google indexed 1,8k in 2 days and it stopped.No move since a week ago.
    This store has 5.5k products and i barely see 2-3 visits/day from google when it should be at least 100.No clue why.
     
  7. Automation247

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    Oh, that's weird... looks like it's a red flag.
     
  8. MikeyMikey13

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    Check your brand, see if that is indexed. i.e if domain is "supercooldomain.com" you should just search supercooldomain
    And check if snippets of your content is indexed, take sentences, search for them and see if your site is first result.

    If it isn't I would say from experience you have a penalty/toxic site.
     
  9. Hambone Oblivion

    Hambone Oblivion Registered Member

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    If you have any sitemap plugins or haven't updated your sitemap I would recommend it. As well as, what @MikeyMikey13 stated above, use content from those articles with advanced operators in Google and you should be able to verify for sure. After that I would look at pushing the index, by using a rapid indexing site/service, if that doesn't do anything, I would definitely check with Google to see if there are any penalties or actions required.
     
  10. thebigweb

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    Check to see if any of your pages are blocked via robots.txt or have 'noindex' (maybe a plug-in has added this tag automatically). You could try search console 'Fetch as Google' although as it's a PBN I doubt that you have added it there.

    If you PBN me one of your pages. I will see if I can index it for you.
     
  11. CyberHour

    CyberHour Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    What about adding some HQ backlinks and social sigs.
     
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    umerjutt00 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Its a normal thing after that penguin update. New links takes some time to get indexed. Do not worry.
     
  13. Ez Rankings

    Ez Rankings Newbie

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    Some times, domain gets indexed immediately but posts take time longer than expected due to the quality of content.
    You only need to wait.
    If you want them to get indexed immediately, then add video and also add video xml site plugin. Submit the video sitemap to get them indexed asap.
    Second tier link building is also great way to get you tier 1 links indexed asap.
     
  14. DeadJoe

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    I got a new domain it's very strong, 700+ RD to home page. It was indexed 100%, I made some changes google updated right away, but it was just blank themes. Then I added content and fixed the theme, I did "Fetch as google" it updated just fine. But that was my biggest fucking mistake! It disappeared after that, been about 10 days.

    No penalty in web masters, it actually shows that my site is indexed in web masters, but it's not when i do site:. I think this is a new thing google has started to tackle expired domains - people will think the domains are shit and abandon them. Just my 2 cents.

    I bought some social signals from ExpressFans, lets see if they get me back in the serps - I wonder how long this waiting game is going to last.
     
  15. Unreliable Witness

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    I'm finding that indexing takes forever at the moment.

    I'd guess the problem is Google, not your site. Try linking to the page internally, and also pointing other external links at it (such as Google +1s).
     
  16. djp371

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    Since it is a new post, you need to wait a little more. Also make the post a quality content and ping the URL of that new post. Avoid creating a post with anything that is irrelevant, copied, empty or with no sense content just for the purpose of testing whether it will get indexed.
     
  17. beingink

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    Right? This is what I feel too, it is not just one doman but happening with other domains too. When it comes to indexing, the expired weak ass domains are working far better then auction already indexed domains. It sure feels like google is upto something.
     
  18. DeadJoe

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    It's funny, I just logged into webmasters and my sites indexed pages updated from 1 to 8 - this is not under the sitemap (that portion showed that number already). It shows 8 under the Indexed section. However, I still see nothing when I do site:mywebsite.com - Really not sure what this means. There is no penalty notice at all. I wonder how long we'll have to keep playing this waiting game.
     
  19. Hubba

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    My multiblogger posts are now indexing. They are still dripping out. It took around 1 week then they started to index. G will show posts if searching unique sentences in quotes, but may not show them if using site:domain . I'm doing this test to see if multiblogger stuff still works in G. What's interesting is the site is now ranking (homepage only) in the top 30 for several terms that are medium/low comp. I AM adding posts that are related to the EMD and previous site's niche.