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URL not indexed. Why ?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by frase, Apr 22, 2015.

  1. frase

    frase Junior Member

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    Hello! I have this tech blog and yesterday I updated it with a fresh new article. After I made the new post, I sent it ( www.mydomain.com/fresh-new-article/) for google indexation via webmastertools --> Fetch as Google.

    But today when I tried to get my SERP for "fresh new article" I noticed that in Google appears only www.mydomain.com , not www.mydomain.com/fresh-new-article/ . So I received a bad SERP because my keyword does not appear in URL.

    Why is that? Can anyone tell me ?

    Thank you!
     
  2. cloudyseo

    cloudyseo Junior Member

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    Be patient. Sometimes it takes longer than 24h to get a new article indexed. Even a week or more sometimes. If you really want that page indexed faster try some indexing services in the BHW Marketplace or fiverr.
     
  3. frase

    frase Junior Member

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    I noticed that the last 3 articles that i sent to Fetch as Google , appear in Google only as mydomain.com/tag/keyword , or only as mydomain.com , and not as mydomain.com/keyword/.

    But when I let google to index my posts without fetch as google , all is ok. My urls look all right.
     
  4. sikandar

    sikandar Senior Member

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    Google is busy releasing its new algorithm which would push down sites that are not mobile friendly. So, have patience!
     
  5. frase

    frase Junior Member

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    I understand. Thank you!
     
  6. supervitallica

    supervitallica Registered Member

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    I would personally not submit my new articles to the indexer of google/bing/yahoo. This is because i want the search engines to find my content. If you submit it it's like: "here! take my new article and rank it well so i can earn money of it"
     
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    mesbahuddin Regular Member

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  8. frase

    frase Junior Member

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  9. johnbaldry99

    johnbaldry99 Junior Member

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    Try creatng a sitemap and the pinging that sitemap to the search engines. pingomatic for example.
    theer are online free services to create a sitemap for you.
     
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    try resubmitting your sitemap , and also index your links manually here google.com/addulr
     
  11. johnbaldry99

    johnbaldry99 Junior Member

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    Make sure you have a link in your index page conent to fresh new article page.
    Do not depend on the navigation to pass juice.