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What is Google's Current Average Re-Indexing Time?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by seotophat, May 25, 2017.

  1. seotophat

    seotophat Newbie

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    I would assume sites are not re-indexed virtually instantly when you submit a fetch and index in Search Console, otherwise people would use it like Pagespeed tool and test a gazillion on-page tweaks in a matter of minutes.

    I also realize the ranking of a site is effected by a gazillion changes going on with other site.

    Just wondering with a newer, lesser known, fairly small site, if I did a significant rewrite of the content, changed internal linking structure, etc, and went to Search Console and submitted a fetch and index, how much time *typically / on average* would people guess it would take to see the effect on the rank (if there is any) assuming the main competing sites had no signifcant change in their content or backlink profile?
     
  2. seotophat

    seotophat Newbie

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    No replies? Really? Huh? it's that much of a mystery to even you seasoned SEO people?
     
  3. Zatoichi

    Zatoichi Junior Member

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    Could be a couple of days (48 hours) to a 7 days. At least thats the ranges I approximately get on my website.
     
  4. Zatoichi

    Zatoichi Junior Member

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    I have also seen new articles being put into index and ranking within 24h. My website is little more than one year old.
     
  5. ScriptSeries

    ScriptSeries Newbie

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    I think its depends on the domain and the ranking.