Making an effort but not getting your website pages indexed properly? You might be focusing on content only while missing many other important factors to get indexed.
Your website might not be getting indexed at all or properly in Google, Bing, or other search engines. We have a clear answer to why your website or webpages are not indexing properly in search engine results.
Read this guide if you have page indexing issues detected by Google search console. We have updated this page with some updates based on Google’s algorithmic behavior, technical suggestion, and made it easier to understand.
Following are the potential indexing issues that webmasters and SEOs should fix: –
If your website is facing technical issues, it is hard for search engines to discover, crawl, analyze, and index it. For example:
Search engines take special care before indexing content from sensitive categories which could have a direct or serious impact on people.
If your website is not making an effort to provide an ease to search engines for crawling, definitely you’re missing a lot on proper indexing.
If your website is quiet new, it is obvious that it will take some time for search engine especially Google to trust your content. In this case even if you submit sitemaps, not everything get indexed quickly. It takes at least 3-6 months for new sites (who’re making continuous effort to build useful content) to have a good crawl and indexing routine.
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