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How to improve the indexing frequency?

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by zm21, Nov 28, 2008.

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    While making a SEO to a website, that website hasn't been indexed for two weeks. I think this seems to be a problem, what do you think? And how can we fix this? Making a fast indexing?
    SEMrush
     
    zm21, Nov 28, 2008 IP
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  2. catanich

    catanich Peon

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    Google will hit your site each time it thinks that the content has changed. That is why you should use a XML site map and Webmaster Tools.

    By making small changes to the home page and others on a daily basis, and generating a new XML site map, by submitting it to WMT, you will see a shorter interval.

    I do this and I have a 4 day interval.
     
    catanich, Nov 28, 2008 IP
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    crystak Well-Known Member

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    You can change the frequency in your webmaster tools.
     
    crystak, Nov 28, 2008 IP
  4. zm21

    zm21 Peon

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    do you have more than one sitemaps on WMT for your website? Such as sitemap.xml, sitemap1.xml, sitemap2xml, and goes on? Does this work good?
     
    zm21, Nov 28, 2008 IP
  5. Niche

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    You need to update your content freqently and also upload an uo to date site map to webmaster tools every time you update
     
    Niche, Nov 28, 2008 IP
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    It takes time to get indexed espeically first indexing. Submit one of your article to Digg.com. Another way is that update your content frequenlty at least once ina two days
     
    saleelm03, Nov 28, 2008 IP
  7. Voasi

    Voasi Active Member

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    Updating your content on a daily basis is only half of it. Also, you have to have high-powered links pointing to you. Reason being, if you have good PR-ed sites linking to you, Google realized you're a resource that is valuable and must send the bot of there as often as possible to make sure you haven't updated the site with new content. Just adding new daily won't be enough if you want daily or even hourly crawl updates.
     
    Voasi, Nov 28, 2008 IP
  8. ecseo

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    As said previously - update content regularly, update xml sitemap after each content update, submit it to WMT and... ping your xml sitemap at pingomatic too.

    That'll help.
     
    ecseo, Nov 28, 2008 IP
  9. BigSexy

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    I got a similar problem...I have a site 2-3 months old with already 100 pages indexed, but Google is taking ages to index the other 100+ pages I've added since a couple of weeks...the content is original and I submitted the sitemap at every update.
     
    BigSexy, Nov 28, 2008 IP
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    MarketExpert Well-Known Member

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    More backlinks from social bookmarking sites will help alot.
     
    MarketExpert, Nov 28, 2008 IP
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    lycos Well-Known Member

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    If your server can take it and you update quite often, you can actually set the crawl rate faster. Each time, after you've finished with the updating, ping your site.
     
    lycos, Nov 28, 2008 IP
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    dota Banned

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    #12
    try to build good sitemap
    its good to increase your crawl rate
    lol
    or try link building
     
    dota, Nov 28, 2008 IP
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    If your site has regular updated content and high PR back links, your site will cache frequently.
     
    roote, Nov 28, 2008 IP
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    Add XML site map, and set high frequency for the site and it's pages. Submit site URL into social bookmarking sites such as Dig, Stumble upon and sphinn.
     
    cnvseo, Nov 28, 2008 IP
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    #15
    just change your content on regular intervals..:cool:
     
    sprabhu, Nov 28, 2008 IP
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    Google and all other search engines uses only sitemap.xml file. And updating the same file will help, just add the new sitemap with the same name everytime i.e. sitemap.xml and replace the old one.
     
    vikyshine, Nov 29, 2008 IP
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    #17
    I heve noticed that alot of people ride off the first response, in this case the "xml sitemap".
    There are much faster ways to get a website indexed.
    As long as the content is not duplicate your website can be indexed within 6 hours by:
    - Promoting the site on digg.com
    - Posting your link on five PR3+ blogs
    - Posting your link on five PR3+ forum


    Backlinks are the best way to gat a site indexed fast and ranked well.

    The infamous sitemaps are not adding any reputation to your website.
     
    MarketExpert, Dec 2, 2008 IP
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    Follow the Google Webmaster Tools & Keep Doing Link Building for Your Website.
     
    hiretraffic, Dec 2, 2008 IP
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    If you follow all that they said and still not indexed maybe there's something wrong with your site structure.
     
    JeffNetSite, Dec 2, 2008 IP
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    #20

    Now google is crawling regilerly if the site is good and daily updated. So the only way is to update daily and make some BL too
     
    rena, Dec 2, 2008 IP