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Site is NOT Re-Indexed

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by twisted_one, Nov 3, 2009.

  1. twisted_one

    twisted_one Regular Member

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    ggrblog dot com is the site in question. I earlier was using this site as a free article repository. Now it has been three weeks since I changed the content. I deleted all the free article posts and changed it to Go Green related posts. Since then Google is not re-indexing my site.

    Findings

    1. My meta tag has index, follow for robots. Also it is hosted on Blogger
    2. The robots.txt says
    Code:
    User-agent: Mediapartners-Google
    Disallow: 
    
    User-agent: *
    Disallow: /search
    
    Sitemap: http://www.ggrblog.com/feeds/posts/default?orderby=updated
    
    3. I ping every time when I make new posts
    4. I submitted sitemap at Google's Webmaster Tools. It says 0 indexed URL

    You can try searching google for GGR Blog. It will return the old indexed title as the first link.

    Any idea what can I do to make my site get re-indexed?

    The funny part is, my site was PR 0 earlier but now it is PR 1 and it is not even indexed once again.
     
  2. showboytridin

    showboytridin Regular Member

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    Google don 't index new pages in real time. You need to wait some time for that. Also, many times old pages have more weight than new ones.
     
  3. twisted_one

    twisted_one Regular Member

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    So, there is nothing I can do about it but just waiting for months and years? :(
     
  4. showboytridin

    showboytridin Regular Member

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    I don 't think you need to wait that long. It depends on many things, like for example, backlinks for your site and the new pages. The process is much faster with backlinks.

    If the name of the old pages are different (from the new ones) you can use permanent redirects.
     
  5. evilman11

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    yea sometimes it can take a day or two to re index. you'll just have to wait. happened on a gpt blog i have.
     
  6. twisted_one

    twisted_one Regular Member

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    Thanks for your reply.
    What I don't understand is why do we need a permanent redirect here? May be I haven't explained my problem clearly:

    1. ggrblog dot com is hosted on blogger
    2. Created 30 posts (say for example) on 3 months before on some topic A
    3. Deleted all those 30 posts completely via Blogger Dashboard and created new posts on topic B.

    My problem is those 30 posts on topic A were indexed and these new 30 posts on topic B are not yet indexed. So, why do I need a 301 here? Please enlighten me!

    From my understand 301 is needed only when there is a change in URI.

    I agree with the Backlinks. I will work on that.
     
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    showboytridin Regular Member

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    Yes that 's write. So you just need to wait. I think you can 't even do a permanent redirect on blogger. Did not read that part, sorry.
     
  8. n2zen

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    I've had the best luck getting a site re-indexed quickly by posting 5-10 blog comments. These don't have to be ******** either. Simply by commenting on the most recent posts of some of the most popular blogs possible, the sites mysteriously got recrawled and indexed in days instead of weeks. Sounds crazy, but it has consistently worked for me in the past 12-18 months.

    In cases where I didn't do the above, it took me anywhere from 2-8 weeks to get reindexed.
     
  9. twisted_one

    twisted_one Regular Member

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    Thanks for those tips. I think I should now try to find some of the best blogs of my genre to comment on. This G knows how to get people to work!
     
  10. adamnemo

    adamnemo Newbie

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    Also try bookmarking your new posts, i've been un-indexed several times, everytime i just submit a post or 2 to over 30 bookmarking sites, that post woud get indexed and eventually [within the week] everything else would get indexed as well.

    hope this helps
     
  11. twisted_one

    twisted_one Regular Member

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    adamnemoThanks bud! Bookmarking is something I just started working on. Ping.fm is what I use. I have not even completed signing up with all those sites yet. It takes time. I somehow will manage to complete signups and link them in ping.fm sooner in next three days hopefully...