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Why haven't Google Cached and Indexed More website after 20 October 2014

Discussion in 'Google' started by rajayyadav, Nov 10, 2014.

  1. #1
    Hello All,
    SEMrush
    I have analyzed more website and found cache and index under 17 Oct. to 22 Oct. Any reason please show me. OR What a new Update of Google ? Leave Google Panda and Penguin.
     
    rajayyadav, Nov 10, 2014 IP
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  2. Dinesh1284

    Dinesh1284 Greenhorn

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    #2
    I'm facing the same issue that most of website cache not updated after second last week of October 2014 month and even there is not such kind of update showing that the cache will not update for such kind of time. Found that most of popular website cache updating regularly so please let me know the solution, how can we get update the cache for our website so that we can get search engine updates benefits.
     
    Dinesh1284, Nov 25, 2014 IP
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    This is because Google is still rolling out panda 4.1. Not sure whether it is completely rolled out as of today or not but last week when I checked, they were still rolling it out. So this is all because of 4.1. Things will soon settle down and we will then see a clear picture of what it actually did to us :)
     
    msjaved, Nov 25, 2014 IP
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    Same here last cache dates 18-22 October... Seen this happening some years ago already, but not that long - more than a month.
    Anyone, any update on this topic?
     
    abraxas, Nov 28, 2014 IP
  5. msjaved

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    That's probably a clear indication of the fact that your site is hit by panda 4.1

    One of my blogs has been hit, and I know it. It has not be cached ever after 18-Oct.
     
    msjaved, Nov 28, 2014 IP
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    abraxas Well-Known Member

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    Cannot see how - my content has been original since like a decade. When it happened someone to stole some part of it, I did not bother arguing, but simply replaced it with a fresh copy if needed. Also I am changing my homepage content daily - as it has to be done unique and written by myself personally, not for some SE's but for my visitors...
     
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    Did you see a major decline in impressions and rankings in September-Oct-Nov?

    Do you have all the pages and posts indexed in Google?

    Did your site lost its ranking in past couple months?
     
    msjaved, Nov 28, 2014 IP
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    abraxas Well-Known Member

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    No, not recently. Actually, the usual increase in traffic due to the winter season.
    Rankings are the same, all pages are indexed as have always been.
     
    abraxas, Nov 28, 2014 IP
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    Well then there is absolutely no need to worry for.

    With my blog, I lost the ranking, pages and posts just dropped and some of the posts were not even indexed. This is not the case with you.

    Keep writing and posting content, don't bother about google cache as it is not updated every time when your site is crawled. All that matters is your recently published content should get indexed.
     
    msjaved, Nov 28, 2014 IP
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    Make sure all of your pages are responding with a 200 http response code. If it is a 500 or anything like that Google will not index or cache your pages.
     
    TTLGY, Dec 12, 2014 IP
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    You're not using noindex, nofollow tag in your page are you?
     
    Mkcoy, Dec 12, 2014 IP
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    pls explain how to do this how make page respond to 200 http
     
    CYCchips, Dec 12, 2014 IP
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    is the update is still rolling??? because i have found out few of my site is not indexed
     
    alikolo123, Dec 19, 2014 IP
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    er will
    You should first check if this is occurring at all. Your web server will have error logs somewhere. If some of your pages are erroring they will be detailed here. If there are none, than there will be no errors, if there are, the required fix will depend on what the kind of error is.

    I hope that is helpful.
     
    TTLGY, Dec 19, 2014 IP
  15. Yndra Xoezoemach

    Yndra Xoezoemach Greenhorn

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    You can use GWT to submit and index your site manually to Google.
     
    Yndra Xoezoemach, Dec 27, 2014 IP