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Getting 70,000 pages indexed via Google sitemap

Discussion in 'Google Sitemaps' started by mediba, Feb 3, 2006.

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    I have a site with about 100,000 unique pages. The site has been online for 3-4 months and only ~30,000 of them are indexed by Google. Do you think the indexation speed will increase if I made a few google sitemaps that all together contains all links to the pages on my site?
    SEMrush
     
    mediba, Feb 3, 2006 IP
    SEMrush
  2. qwestcommunications

    qwestcommunications Notable Member

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    100,000 pages, now that is really difficult unless its a forum.
     
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  3. good links

    good links Peon

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    if you want to get very many pages indexed you need to have high PR backlinks
     
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    ServerUnion Peon

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    There are also limits on the number of pages per sitemap. You may have to cut them up into multiple sitemaps.
     
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    JEET Notable Member

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    Yes submitting sitemap will help but a better way is to get a few more back links from high PR sites . And remember google allows 50,000 URL's in one map .You will need three .
    1 map with first 50,000 URL's ,
    2 map with second 50,000 URL's ,
    3 map with URL's of the above maps .
    yourdomain.com/s1.xml , yourdomain.com/s2.xml

    Regards
    Jeet
     
    JEET, Feb 3, 2006 IP
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    DomainMagnate Illustrious Member

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    or spam hehe ;)

    Try to get some high PR links, it helps to get indexed quickly, like pr5-pr6 is good enough
     
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    I would be really careful if those are pages with dynamic content on them.
    I have had a customer who rented out couple subdomains as well as bought couple links from my site, I have got that company 250,000 pages indexed in the first three weeks, apparently that has alerted google and they have removed those subdomains as well as my MAIN SITE :( from google's index.

    So if those are dynamically generated pages I would really consider tuning it down a bit so that it does not get attention of google.
     
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    I really wish Google was a little more clear on what gets you nailed like that
     
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    i had about 300 pages in indexed on one of my sites of a potential 1500+ so i created a sitemap and its gone down now to 90 :( 2 weeks and still no more pages. not good really so far
     
    wallaceuk, Feb 5, 2006 IP