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Google removing indexed pages
PR trouble

 7:03 pm on Jul 28, 2006 (gmt 0)

Does google crawl depth depends upon PR?

I had 72 pages indexed in google, but when the link to my site was removed from a webpage with 4 PR, after a week of that i got only 27 pages indexed in google?

But MSN has 70 pages indexed?

How can i get all of my pages back into google?

How do i find people interested for link exchange?



 1:59 am on Jul 31, 2006 (gmt 0)

Crawl frequency in depth seems to be somewhat dependent on PR, but losing the one link shouldn't have automatically booted pages from the serps entirely.

>How can i get all of my pages back into google?

Getting some new inbounds would help, no doubt, but you should also look carefully at the pages that went missing. Try to find a reason (although this might not be possible). Check canonical issues (having pages listed with different versions of the URL). See if there are any common factors for the ones that disappeared, versus the ones that are still there - that might give you some hints.

>How do i find people interested for link exchange?

It depends on the field. If it's very commercial, in a highly competitive market, I have no suggestions. If it is at all "niche", and non-commercial, use the SE's to find sites that you feel would be interested in linking to you, and then send them a very polite personal email. Before you do that, of course, make sure your site is something they'll be happy to link to; if you supply good info and make it into a genuine resource, that will usually do the trick.

Hope this helps - I saw that no one had gotten around to replying to your post - if nothing else, bumping it up might get you better advice than mine.

Just Guessing

 10:49 am on Jul 31, 2006 (gmt 0)

Yes crawl depth does depend on PR. It also depends on other things like:

- Having one way inbound links, not just reciprocal links.

- Internal link structure - the more clicks from the home page, the less likely a page is to be crawled/indexed.

- Having inbound deep links.

Once pages are being crawled, inclusion in the index depends on having sufficient unique content, as well as not linking to bad neighbourhoods & so on.


 1:35 pm on Jul 31, 2006 (gmt 0)

How can i get all of my pages back into google?

Are any of these pages containing either copied content/similar content or are your title tags the same?


 2:01 am on Aug 7, 2006 (gmt 0)

I have recently got an inbound link from 5 PR , with 12 links.

I expect a PR of 3 or 4, but haven't indexed my site yet.

I got the link on 2nd august.
The site that links to me got crawled on 4th.


 2:51 am on Aug 7, 2006 (gmt 0)

Could just be Google. Since BD, one site takes an occasional dive on the site: command. Once a month or so, it tanks to under a thousand pages when the rest of the time it shows ~9K. I'd guess your indexed pages will bounce back in a week or so...

BTW, right now, it's tanking.


 3:13 am on Aug 7, 2006 (gmt 0)

Whats tanking?


 3:25 am on Aug 7, 2006 (gmt 0)

The site I mentioned is currently showing ~900 pages indexed, when it usually shows 9K. Based upon past experience, it will pop back up to 9K overnight when it feels like it.


 1:32 pm on Aug 7, 2006 (gmt 0)

I got link from 5 PR site on 1st august.

Google crawled that 5 PR site and my site on 4th August, but still only 17 pages indexed.

That site has a .be domain,

Does importance of link from a .be domain and one from a .com domain differs?

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