Google takes its time to index your new website

Ever wondered why you cannot find your new website in Google’s search engine? After a website is newly developed, certain steps must be followed to notify Google that a new website was created. Google will then send its bots to crawl your website and index, posts, pages and images. This process can take 4 days or a few weeks, depending on your website’s setup and the amount of websites  that must be crawled by Googlebot. Crawling process: Googlebot, the algorithm-equipped web-crawling digital robot, sets out to explore the Internet and stops at websites. When it encounters a site, it reads the information on the website according to instructions outlined in the site’s robots.txt file. Bots like Googlebot prefer to read […]

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Never remove website content

Google Search Engine loves fresh and informative content. The more fresh and unique content you add to your website, the better your chances will be to get a higher rank. Never remove a page/post that was already indexed by Google, you can change the page’s/post’s content, but when its removed and a visitor click on the Google index, it will give a 404 error, as the page/post will not be found. Ask your developer to add a “News” post section on your website and new content at least once a week.

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Essential Tips to Get Your Website Quickly Indexed in Google

  By Prince N Whenever we create a new website, our prime target is to get indexed by Google as soon as possible. Though there is no time guarantee as when your site will be indexed by the search engine, but there are certain steps that can help you to avoid the worst case scenario and get the search engines working for you. According to Google, crawling and indexing are processes that may take time and often rely on various factors. Predictions and guarantees cannot be made as when the URL will be indexed. So, in this article, we will take up some factors that should be considered for quick indexing of your site in Google. Understand what is indexing […]

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Should We Delete People On Social Media?

Social Media: Should We Delete People On Social Media If We Don’t Agree With Them? By Oliver JR Cooper When one uses social media, there are likely to be moments when one of their friends says something that they don’t agree with. Or, if they don’t say something like this, they could share something that goes against how they see something. Part of It One way of looking at this would be to say that this is a normal part of using social media, and not something that can be changed. It is then going to be something that one just has to put up with. When something like this takes place, it could relate to something another person has […]

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