problem with google indexing

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by razorfish, Oct 8, 2009.

  1. razorfish

    razorfish Registered Member

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    Ok , a month ago I made 5 blogs under one domain ( 5 subdomains) .

    I've used caffeinated content and it posts about 5-6 article daily so the contents comes from articlebase and it's not unique. I use to post youtube videos sometimes...

    My problem is that google refuses to index my posts on each of the blogs. It has indexed only some pages ( 2 -40 ) related to tags but the blog articles are not indexed.

    I've submited all the sitemaps on google's webmastertool and installed also a wordpress plugin in order to autoping the new posted articles.

    What else can I do? Does it take so long for the articles to be indexed?
     
  2. Yukinari84

    Yukinari84 Elite Member

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    Are your articles properly targeted for their keyword?

    You can also build a few backlinks to each post. This works great not only for getting posts indexed, but it will also help you main site in general since you will be deep-linking.
     
  3. Willsa43

    Willsa43 BANNED BANNED

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    Try submitting RSS feeds to RSS Directories. It may help in fast indexing!
     
  4. shanmugasundaram

    shanmugasundaram Newbie

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    build backlinks in hubpages squidoo etc

    social bookmark that URLs
     
  5. keith6andco

    keith6andco Regular Member

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    go to feedagg.com and submit your feed there -ususally indexed within an hour or three.