Pages still not indexed after 6 weeks

Forum White Hat SEO Pages still not indexed after 6 weeks

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  • #27185
    seohelper
    Keymaster

    Hi, I added new pages to our website about 6 weeks ago, and they still haven’t been indexed by Google. Search console doesn’t indicate any issue with the pages. It says the URLs aren’t on Google, but not because of an issue. Has anybody had this problem before? I requested indexing again, but to no avail. The content is really good too, in my opinion. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

    #27188
    studmuffin30

    update the xml.sitemap. Share it to all of ur social media.

    #27186
    Ludo8122

    Would updating the sitemap really help? I’m asking because search console says it was last read yesterday. Thanks!

    #27192
    witzver

    Check the Coverage reports in Search Console. Maybe your page is excluded.

    #27189
    danielgraymmc

    Use Google Indexing API to index your URLs in hours. If you are using WordPress CMS then use Rank Math Plugin to configure Google Indexing API

    #27190
    mmmbopdoombop

    are they orphaned pages?

    #27187
    johnlock1

    Give non indexed pages internal link from pages that are indexed. Your problem will be resolved.

    #27191
    ryanharrison001

    You check if you are website is mobile friendly or not sometime google won’t index pages who aren’t mobile friendly

    #27196
    Baller_McSavage

    First, do a site:https://www.website.com search to make sure it’s ACTUALLY not indexed. I read something yesterday about Google search console errors showing that URLs are not indexed when they clearly are. It said the homepage of my client who gets millions of clicks a month what discovered but not indexed lol

    #27193
    Muwaheed

    I have the same issue. What I find is looking at the value those pages offer and try to increase it. Make it mandatory for Google to index it.

    It will take some time for Google to acknowledge the changes you make on those pages, but you will see they start to index them after changing the content of those pages.

    My location based service pages are not getting indexed, because they are too similair to eachother. Even though they are written seperately, Google does not value those pages, so they do not want to crawl them.

    So the matter is really about the content of those pages, and if they satify user intent.

    #27197
    Reff494

    U can use gsa indexer bro

    #27198
    TheSeoPro

    Check if other similar pages are indexed. If yes, make sure that you are using proper canonical tags.

    Sometimes Google will ignore user canonical as well, so block these dulicate pages using robots.txt or noindex code.

    Lot of content management systems create pages and Google will ignore other similar pages.

    #27199
    plaidmtnofrage

    Have you checked that it’s not blocked by wildcard in your robots.txt? You can plug your robots.txt in screaming frog and run your url to test. I just published a few brand new pages and all were crawled in a few days.

    #27200
    carteriux

    Http and https both sites are on the sitemap?

    #27201
    benjustforyou

    Power indexing is pretty cheap.

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