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Indexing of s site
« on: December 28, 2013, 02:02:26 PM »
Forum guide me

Does all search engines automatically index a website or One must have to adopt some technique for this purpose.

Re: Indexing of s site
« Reply #1 on: December 31, 2013, 05:03:19 AM »
All you need are a few links from already indexed and crawled sites and the SEs will find and index your sites.

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Re: Indexing of s site
« Reply #2 on: January 03, 2014, 10:16:34 AM »
But according to my current research most of the sites are indexed by the Google that have no back links but some are not indexed by the Google that have some quality back links. Please check this site
techvdo.com is not still indexed by the Google. It has some quality links

Re: Indexing of s site
« Reply #3 on: January 03, 2014, 10:27:10 AM »
It could be penalized already. More than 61% keyword links right from the start, and too fast link building are my assumptions...

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Re: Indexing of s site
« Reply #4 on: January 06, 2014, 01:42:36 PM »
Look at http://www.majesticseo.com/reports/site-explorer/summary/techvdo.com?oq=techvdo.com&IndexDataSource=F

Your links are mainly keyword links.   43% of your backlinks use the keyword sap online training.  That worked in the past but today you need a bigger variety in your anchor text for your back links.  Different people quote different percentages so I will not quote any here.  But 43% for your main keyword is too large a percentage.

The same page shows you were not consistent in your link building.  Building a large number of links over a few days, then goings weeks without any back link building, followed by a large number of back links again, usually hurts your site in Google's eyes.

Again different people give different schedules for link building but the key is to be consistent in your link building and not have huge spikes followed by periods of little or not link building.

 

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Re: Indexing of s site
« Reply #5 on: January 07, 2014, 08:58:35 AM »
Look at http://www.majesticseo.com/reports/site-explorer/summary/techvdo.com?oq=techvdo.com&IndexDataSource=F

Your links are mainly keyword links.   43% of your backlinks use the keyword sap online training.  That worked in the past but today you need a bigger variety in your anchor text for your back links.  Different people quote different percentages so I will not quote any here.  But 43% for your main keyword is too large a percentage.

The same page shows you were not consistent in your link building.  Building a large number of links over a few days, then goings weeks without any back link building, followed by a large number of back links again, usually hurts your site in Google's eyes.

Again different people give different schedules for link building but the key is to be consistent in your link building and not have huge spikes followed by periods of little or not link building.

 

You mean the domain is penalized before purchasing. Is their any tool from where we can check either the site is penalized or not.

I have a one question for you, our site has certificate on whole site.Can this be a reason to not index our site.?

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Re: Indexing of s site
« Reply #6 on: January 07, 2014, 09:13:09 AM »
Domain can be penalized from the actions of previous owners.  If you suspect this may be a problem then go to webmaster tools and send Google an email stating you recently bought this domain.  Ask them to remove any penalties that resulted from the action of previous owners.

But before you do this make sure you correct all problems you have caused.  Ensure that you are not using the main keyword excessively in the content on the pages.

Add more back links that do not use your keywords to dilute that 43% keyword anchor text you currently have.  Use words such at "Visit site" or "click here" as the anchor text for new back links to bring the percentage down. 

Once you have done this then contact Google asking for a new evaluation based on your new ownership of the domain name.

Not sure what you mean by this:

" our site has certificate on whole site."

Ed

Re: Indexing of s site
« Reply #7 on: January 28, 2014, 11:31:34 PM »
In my experience, even without links Google bog finds my sites and indexes them, unless they are domains previously owned and had a penalty. I always check any domain now before I purchase, because this happened to me before.

Make sure to have an XML sitemap so all pages are found.

Just go to WHOIS and search the domain name, if it has a history, then choose another name, likely it was dropped before and usually dropped domains have issues.