Google won't index my blog
2014-02-03, 09:55 PM,
#1
Hi there,

I have multi-niche blog (game hacks, keygens) and seems like Google has hard time indexing new posts.
2 weeks ago I made 301 redirection from olddomain.com to newdomain.com. I'm making new posts and ping them but they won't appear in cache:newdomain.com. So I decided to re-upload robots.txt (with standard wordpress settings) and new site map. After that I clicked "download as google" in webmaster tools and after some hours new posts were indexed properly. Good!

But now I'm writing new posts and there is same problem. Did "download as google" thing in webmaster tools but seems like it didn't help.

Yes, the main domain is indexed and I can easly find it in Google but not new posts!
Before 301 redirection 2 weeks ago Google was indexing my new posts every few hours.
I also noticed that before I was getting like 10,000 spam comments everyday (awaiting for moderation) but for last few days there is like 10-50 daily comments only.

I will be thankful for your help.
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2014-02-03, 10:06 PM,
#2
How much your content is unique? What is keyword density for main words?
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cracky(2014-02-03 10:22 PM) 
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2014-02-03, 10:08 PM,
#3
How old are your new posts? And how your posts? Like every PPDer barelly 100 words?
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cracky(2014-02-03 10:22 PM) 

THIS IS HOW I RANK

if you need help PM me :)
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2014-02-03, 10:22 PM,
#4
Every post is 50% unique and other 50% is spinned game description, 200+ words, some are 300+
Keyword density is 1-2%. My posts are 6 days old already.
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2014-02-04, 12:58 PM,
#5
Got more ideas? Still not indexed :/
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2014-02-04, 07:04 PM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-02-04, 07:06 PM by Eagle.)
#6
(2014-02-04, 12:58 PM)cracky Wrote: Got more ideas? Still not indexed :/


This could have many causes but it can very well be a matter of time for Google to index everything. However since your having a website i would recommend having your content 100% unique. Starting with spun content on your site directly is definitely not a good idea.

Also try to avoid having a high keyword density as Google is very strict with on-page nowadays. Pretty much every website i see top ranked on Google for their terms have a keyword density below 1%. so keep your keyword density low and incorporate instead many LSI variations
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cracky(2014-02-04 07:06 PM) 
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2014-02-04, 07:12 PM,
#7
I checked my olddomain.com on webmasters and there were many errors. Newdomain.com looks ok. When I sent info about my site to Google, they respond to my olddomain.com, not new one. What I just did is deleted all files from olddomain.com folders, left .htaccess file with 301 redirection only, also deleted olddomain.com from webmasters.
Maybe that was the reason why Google couldn't index? Waiting for results.

I always use spinned text on all of my 7 websites and never had problem with indexing. Almost all of them are 1 year old.
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2014-02-04, 07:26 PM,
#8
Hello

use this site to index your post
http://www.linkcentaur.com/ its free
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2014-02-04, 08:15 PM,
#9
I have indexification paid account but that's not the solution.
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