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SIte not indexed after a few months with contet.

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by SimonRohde, Apr 15, 2014.

  1. SimonRohde

    SimonRohde Regular Member

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    A few months ago i started a new site, in the UK market. It's my first site there aren't in my first language, so it's kinda "fun" to play with. But i got a little problem with the site.

    I invested about $100 in quality articles, so the quality should be okay. But sadly, it's not indexed. I've waited a few month for it to be indexed, so it's haven't any traffic now.

    Do you guys have any ideas abot what, i can do, to get it indexed?
     
  2. Razvan

    Razvan Power Member

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    check your robots.txt and see if you block google from indexing your site.
     
  3. SimonRohde

    SimonRohde Regular Member

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    It should not be blocked, it's look like this:

    User-agent: *
    Disallow: /wp-admin/
    Disallow: /wp-includes/
     
  4. lancis

    lancis Elite Member

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    Check for the presence of this meta tag in your HTML code:

    Code:
    <meta name="robots" content="noindex, nofollow"> 
    Tell us if you find any.
     
  5. SimonRohde

    SimonRohde Regular Member

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    I've checked all these things, and i just tried to add the sitemap to Google Webmaster tool again, maybe that will work.
     
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    lancis Elite Member

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    By the way, are you sure its not indexed? :)

    What happens when you search for

    Code:
    site:yourdomain.com
    on Google?
     
  8. IMpossible

    IMpossible Supreme Member

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    What's your host?
     
  9. Doolylol

    Doolylol Newbie

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    I have the same problem - going to try blasting it a bit. Hopefully it will work.
     
  10. pxoxrxn

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    That's weird. I have never had to wait more than a day to get at least a couple of pages indexed. Getting a full website indexed usually takes a week depending on the size so you definitely have a problem. Try getting some credit on addmefast and get twitter tweets and Google+ post shares with links to your website. If that doesn't work you have an error somewhere and will need to sign up for webmaster tools so they can tell you.
     
  11. rickrich

    rickrich Newbie

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    When you go check:

    site:yourdomain

    and nothing comes up, the site is sure to have been de-indexed if it's already a few months and if it's an aged domain that you havent originally registered.

    Try checking webmasters tools for a manual penalty notice.

    This happened to me before after getting an aged domain which I did not thoroughly check if it was de-indexed. After placing the domain in GWT and checking for a manual penalty - surely enough one is present in GWT.

    If there's a manual penalty on the domain, you need to submit a reconsideration request to get it re-indexed. Be sure to find some articles to help you with writing a reconsideration request. I was able to get the domain re-indexed after submitting a reconsideration request.

    Hope this helps.
     
    Last edited: Apr 15, 2014
  12. dragonseo

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    Some times It will take 3 - 6 months for index