Will Google stop indexing my website?

kklklkl

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Mar 2, 2024
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Hi everybody, I own a little website where in September 2023 I published a little more than 100 articles and I started getting some traffic by referral on a big Q&A site of my country because Google wasn't indexing anything I had on my site. I was (and still am tbh) a newbie in SEO so I started to ask Google indexing of those articles on Google Search Console, where I uploaded the sitemap and every day I started reaching the daily indexing quota (11 links a day).
Fast forward March 2024, with those articles I have 5k+ impressions and 1.7k clicks so I decided to publish more articles (I take very little time in publishing them) and every day since I started again I reach the daily indexing quota on GSC. Here's my question: since Google has my sitemap, is it necessary to reach the daily indexing quota on GSC? I'd like to know since I don't have a clue about the fact that Google might stop indexing my articles if I stop asking for it.
 
Google's indexing process can be a bit mysterious, especially for newcomers to SEO. While submitting your sitemap and requesting indexing through Google Search Console can certainly help expedite the process, it's not always necessary to manually request indexing every day. Once Google has your sitemap, it typically crawls and indexes your site regularly on its own schedule.

However, consistently updating your site with new content can encourage Google to crawl it more frequently, which can be beneficial for ensuring that your latest articles get indexed in a timely manner.
 
Indexing is slow on these days and you need to give some time to Google to crawl your articles. Also, make sure that all the articles are unique and do proper internal linking between the articles. You can promote them on social media, build some links from quality websites, and keep your site updated with more articles.
 
Google won't stop indexing your site just because you don't manually request indexing for every new article via. Submitting your sitemap and having it updated regularly is usually enough for Google to crawl and index your content automatically.
 
My experience proves that optimizing Page Titles and Meta Descriptions give the results. Craft compelling and relevant page titles and meta descriptions for each page on your website. Include primary keywords naturally in these elements to improve click-through rates from search engine results pages (SERPs).
 
When your site authority increases, the indexing will also get better, no need to request for each link in console. Social media sharing is a good way to increase social signals, which help in better indexing, post helpful content, internal link important words, and also external link to some authority sites, share on facebook ,reddit, twitter, this will help you
 
Since you're now getting some traffic from Google, you should just continue publishing naturally.

Eventually, the overall traffic volume of your site should even out, assuming you don't get penalized for whatever reason.

It seems that most of your traffic was first coming from a Q and A site, and now you're getting some traffic from Google.

Depending on your niche, it can take a while for Google to outpace your other traffic source.

But as long as you're consistent in publishing, things should even out sooner rather than later.
 
Hi everybody, I own a little website where in September 2023 I published a little more than 100 articles and I started getting some traffic by referral on a big Q&A site of my country because Google wasn't indexing anything I had on my site. I was (and still am tbh) a newbie in SEO so I started to ask Google indexing of those articles on Google Search Console, where I uploaded the sitemap and every day I started reaching the daily indexing quota (11 links a day).
Fast forward March 2024, with those articles I have 5k+ impressions and 1.7k clicks so I decided to publish more articles (I take very little time in publishing them) and every day since I started again I reach the daily indexing quota on GSC. Here's my question: since Google has my sitemap, is it necessary to reach the daily indexing quota on GSC? I'd like to know since I don't have a clue about the fact that Google might stop indexing my articles if I stop asking for it.
Link building through digital PR is the surest way to index thousands of pages in one week without manual indexing.
 
Constant publishing helps a lot with indexing fast. I have a site where I publish daily, and after some months, new posts were indexed the same day. Also, your crawler budget increases with time and number of posts, I think. Especially in the beginning, indexing can be a pain. But manually requesting indexing over and over again won't help much from my experience.
 
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