Google Index Status
Improving Index status
- XML Sitemap - Have a smart XML sitemap. It’s a good idea to have a sitemap index file where different sections are broken out (example: dynamic, static, blog posts, blog categories, etc.). That way, you can submit each sitemap (and the index file) itself and more closely monitor the index status of each; thus identifying any issues within a certain section.
- Increase Internal-linking - The more internal-linking you have, the pages connected the pages on your site are, and the easier it is for Google to crawl them. If a page turns up repeatedly in a crawl, Google is likelier to index it, thinking it must be an important page after all.
- Remove duplicate content - Fix any duplicate content and crawl errors. When crawl time is wasted on duplicate content and errors, the pages that matter aren't getting the attention they “deserve.” Also, check the non-indexable section in GWT (under Search Appearance >> HTML Improvements).
- Use Structured Data - Adding structured data and rich snippets can help search engines understand the content on your site, hence facilitating the index process.
- Use Webmaster Tools - Google Webmaster Tools portal is your best friend. Use the Fetch as Google feature in GWT, and submit your site to index.
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