New content page, why is it still not indexed by google?

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization (SEO)' started by garygoh, May 15, 2009.

  1. garygoh

    garygoh New Member


    I have recently added 3 pages to one of my sites and have submitted to digg and other social bookmarking websites.

    Based on my experience, new page will normally be indexed within a day if not hours. But this time even after 1 day, the new pages are still not indexed yet, what would be the likely reasons?

  2. garygoh

    garygoh New Member

    Anyone can give your input?
  3. samda

    samda Member

    I asked the same question to Adam Lasnik, Search Engine evangelist in the search conference. He just gave me one suggestion.

    "Just give a feel and love to those newly added webpages from your home page."

    Simple and effective. It helped me a lot and I hope the same for you.
  4. gridellas

    gridellas New Member

    To be honest with you, there is really no telling why with those search eingines. The way they work is crazy because no one really know about the algorthyms. Ever once in a while Google does seem to go hay wire and the indexing and PR can at times drive you crazy because there is no reason for some of the stuff.

    The best advice I can give you is to keep working on it and keep watching the search engines. There have been times I have seen it take several days to something to get indexed. Gotta love those search engines.
  5. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    Hi Gary,

    The exact reason could be any number of things. The time to get indexed is difficult to predict.

    Indexing can be a bit sporadic for newer sites.

    It can also happen that once a page gets indexed, it'll get placed in the supplemental index for a time. The remedy is the same.

    You can write one or more articles and link to each page. A decent backlink or two might do the trick.

    If you have a Twitter or Squidoo account, you can do it that way else Ezine Articles should work.

    ~Newbie Shield~
  6. garygoh

    garygoh New Member

    samueldarwin: "Just give a feel and love to those newly added webpages from your home page."
    I will do it , thanks

    Thanks guys for your input.
  7. garygoh

    garygoh New Member

    Just a quick update here. Some of the new pages that I have added has been indexed by google.
  8. Shannon

    Shannon New Member

    I'm noticing that on mine too. When I first put my site up it took about a week. I'm adding content all of the time but I'm not seeing it show up yet.
  9. simplyg

    simplyg New Member

    Have you tried pinging? I use and
  10. Jake23

    Jake23 New Member

    I too had this problem and so I kept on writing my articles, ads, blog, and still nothing. But then behold, it seemed liked everything hit at once and all of my hard work showed in google. Wahooo!![​IMG]
  11. getreffs

    getreffs Guest

    Thanks for this useful informations.I have submited my latest Blog to Digg, so that google can index this.
  12. georgie

    georgie Guest

    Deep linking helps your inner pages get index. Sitemap also helps. Create a sitemap that links to all of your pages specially to those new pages you've just created.

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