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Why my post-Google did not crawl?



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Why my post-Google did not crawl?

During one year I creating a website. But my last two post-Google did not crawl. I checked my sites have no penalty, Also my content is 100% unique and Copyscape passed. Post SEO and readability completely okay. Post image is 100% unique and optimize. I did not understand the problem. This is my last post ( http://syedtutul.me/usb-rechargeable-lighter/ ) Can anyone give me advice?  

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Make sure to use the Google search console. It helps speed up the indexing of the articles. And that seems to be working out for many who wants to write article and getting it crawled quickly. I have seen that working out for some. So make sure to also do some pings on the blogs.



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ballyhara

Well, let me tell you first, I'm not an expert on that area. Anyway what I can do is suggest you some tips. You can check your syntax, because that can block your indexing. That kind of issue tends to happen to new websites, but it seems like you have it since about a year ago, was this your first time on Google or not? Also, check your domains and links , maybe some of them are blocking the crawling. Hope this can help you, good luck.



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syyed

maybe you are right but my previous all post is already crawled. Just only my last post is not index.



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Corzhens

I have to agree that if there are many errors in the content then the search engine may have been turned off. But my take is the new contents. If the site has no new content for a long time then there is practically no chance for the crawlers to check on it because the search engine is always after the new content. That is the reason why we read often the saying that content is king.



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DarthHazard

Unfortunately, I don't know enough about this topic to give you a definite answer. However, I did a quick search and I found this post on the Google Help section that should give you enough details about what the problem is and how you can solve the issue as well - https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/34441?hl=en



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syyed

Thanks for your response. I already read the questions answer also I read this content https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/35769
But my content is not copied I said in my question.



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Martinsx1

I'm sorry I cannot be of any sort of assistance to with this problem of your. I'm bemused as you are reading that everything checked out but the problem still exists and one funny issue is that should you try reaching out to Google support, they hardly respond. I would suggest contacting or sending a private message to @Razzy or @TommyCarey, they would likely have some help for you.



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Kakashi2020

Okay that's easy sometimes google bots get tired of indexing if it's through fetch the best way to address this problem is to typing SITE:Your Site.com in the Google search bar if you the result should correspond to the number of pages your site has or near to it, if there's a huge gap then there's a big problem.



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aeon

Honestly I don't have any idea about this one, but I think you just have a new sites that's why google are crawled less. Established sites don't have any problem or encounter this, and I think you should always update your site to recognize by google.



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EfficientNinja

It could also be because your site is not yet that established. It might take a while for Google's crawlers to crawl your post. That happens to me too whenever a site I just created has not matured yet.



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cmoneyspinner

There are several answers to this question, but what is the answer? I just Googled your URL and found it. It must be indexed. Did you find out why it was NOT indexed? I'm curious to know what caused it.



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Corzhens

When it comes to updating the website’s position in Google or other search engines, I guess there is no fixed time for that which means it can take a day or even a month before your posts can show effects. And Google’s crawler is not perfect so maybe you have to put in more updates to your website so it will reflect an indication that it is not stagnating and Google will notice it.



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YTVideoseo30

Drip feed it
Too many links to another page on your website
Poor content
Links under DA/PA 20
Spammy comments and links in the comments



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