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HOW TO INDEX ALL PAGES OF WEBSITE IN GOOGLE?

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by Whitevox India, May 12, 2019.

  1. #1
    Hello Everyone,

    I just want to know, how can i index my website 30+ pages in google.
    SEMrush
    When i search my domain name it only shows 3 pages ,

    Thanks in advance..

    Waiting for the suggestions on i can learn and work to do this.
     
    Whitevox India, May 12, 2019 IP
    SEMrush
  2. Manish.ebiztrait

    Manish.ebiztrait Active Member

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    Hi,
    It is advisable to avoid duplicate content and update all pages with fresh content for better indexing on Google. along with this you also need to submit fresh generated sitemap in Google Webmasters/Search Console tool.
     
    Manish.ebiztrait, May 12, 2019 IP
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    mmerlinn Notable Member

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    You will likely NEVER have all of your pages indexed. Google picks and chooses which to index and which to not index. Read Google's index policy and you will discover that they will CONSIDER indexing an indexable page, but there is NO guarantee that they will index it.

    Based on over 20 years experience with my websites, Google seldom indexes more than a third of a site's pages. I have over 13,000 indexable pages on the web, but Google only indexes about 5,000 and excludes the the rest even though Google acknowledges that they could be indexed.
     
    mmerlinn, May 13, 2019 IP
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    dvduval Notable Member

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    As I understand Google actually indexes most of the pages of your site, but those pages do not all appear in the search results. Probably a better question to ask yourself is how can you make sure that pages that receive a visitor do not bounce? If people stay on your site and they browse further or read a page for a long time, then Google is definitely going to index those types of pages.
     
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    mrb1129 Well-Known Member

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    Google never indexes all pages of any site.
     
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  6. Whitevox India

    Whitevox India Greenhorn

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    Thank you for the suggestion will remember this and work on it.

    Thank you for the suggestion will remember this and work on it.
     
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    Whitevox India, May 13, 2019 IP
  7. Florin_Tribalad

    Florin_Tribalad Greenhorn

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    Go to Google Webmasters Tool and submit your sitemap. If you not have a sitemap you can create here: Site Map Generator . Also on main dashboard on Google Webmasters you have a search bar. Past your link here and you have a option to index it.
     
    Florin_Tribalad, May 13, 2019 IP
  8. MJ Web Services

    MJ Web Services Peon

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    Go to Google search bar and put the name of your domain after (link:domainname), it will tell you how many pages of your website are in google crawlers. Otherwise, you can use index coverage status report

    If you do not find any page that means your website has not been indexed in google. This may be due to blockage via robots.txt, in order to correct that, add slash/ after URL and write robots.txt; domainurl/robots.txt,
    It will tell you whether you have allowed or disallowed the Google crawlers to crawl your pages. Correct it accordingly!

    If you are still not finding your pages, that may be because of low quality or duplicate pages or broken links.

    To index your pages on Google, the easiest way is to submit your URL in crawl fetch as Google.

    In order to increase the indexing potential use internal and external links, disallow low-quality pages to be crawled, add your important pages to your sitemap, and share your page to high traffic websites that are regularly crawled
     
    MJ Web Services, May 14, 2019 IP
  9. Jim4767

    Jim4767 Prominent Member

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    All 450-plus pages of my website are indexed.
     
    Jim4767, May 14, 2019 IP
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    dcristo Illustrious Member

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    It should be easy to get a 30-page site indexed with a good internal link structure and backlinks.

    How old is the site? It can take time for Google to discover and index new pages.
     
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    frank007 Well-Known Member

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    You can check on google webmaster if there is any error on site crawling, fix it. Also you can submit fresh sitemap, hope that would fix your issue.
     
    frank007, May 15, 2019 at 1:59 AM IP