Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Battlemas, Oct 7, 2014.
Why google index my page's titles and not the page's content?
did you submit the sitemap in webmaster ? if no, than you should and it will be indexed
Because you have probably blocked Google from indexing your content via your robots.txt file. Check your robots.txt file and make sure you are not blocking any important directories from being indexed.
If your site is a WordPress site, make sure search engines are allowed in your settings.
I have site map in webmaster tool, i do not think my wordpress have robot.txt, maybe it is because i add 1-2k pages each day?
In your site's control panel there are some options for blocking indexing from Google. You can choose what index to block, the whole website, only the pages and so on. I know from experience that Google indexes a site after about 2 weeks from its creation and the pages with content on them after about a month or so. But when we had our site I know that after about 4-5 months I googled something about someone who was pretty talked about at that time and as a surprise one of the first results, the 4th or the 5th I think, was our website. So the content was indexed alright. I have to mention that I didn't have any SEO notions back there and I didn't do anything to promote that particular content but to write the appropriate keywords related to the content. So my guess is that the keywords are the answer and of course some patience to see if it will be indexed in the following days.
Also you can check with GWT Google Webmaster Tool and see what it states about your sites status.
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