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Title of my site not updating in google's results?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by dasmoot, Jun 29, 2011.

  1. dasmoot

    dasmoot BANNED BANNED

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    Google's on my page everyday crawling, seems to be the most active member. But why is the description of the site my old description before I optimized it for google? I see it in the results of other keywords I've opt'd for. But my main keyword i tried to reach, which I reached #1 only shows my title. But the cache shows the correct one?

    is there a way to point google to re-reading this and updating it?
     
  2. Toples

    Toples Regular Member

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    google bots are not smart i guess

    You could try changing it a little again but take care not to hurt your title SEO (1-2 words), then see what happens
     
  3. truongduong201

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    i dont put keyword but when i check is keyword is not right
     
  4. thetraveller

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    It looks that you just have to wait for G to do it's things. I don't know any way to force google re-read/change your title and description, it may work by adding your site in digg, delicious etc and ping it.. ? However, all of my sites got title/desc in place after a while, just focus on adding content and build some links.
     
  5. thepanda

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    The only thing to do is to be patient really. I would delete the sitemap from the Google webmaster tools, and then resubmit it. I would also increase the crawl rate from the Google webmaster tools and then let Google do its thing.

    If you wanted really fast results, you could be a paid press release adding hyperlinks back to your site, and Google should work even faster but obviously it costs money for the paid press release.

    Personally I think you should be patient and just edit the changes in the Google webmaster tools.
     
  6. imguy

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    It is save in google cache, so you must wait. I have same problem!
     
  7. thepanda

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    Yep. Just wait it out! Google will update really soon. I cant imagine it taking very long.
     
  8. ajithrocksca

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    Hi Dasmoot,

    If your site is wordpress based, then I have a tip. I faced the same problem, and I used all in one seo pack plugin, and I changed the title and description once and pinged the site. The problem got rectified in under 48 hours. It might be accidental as well.. but i think it is because of that.

    All the best
     
  9. kingwhat71

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    have u check with google?