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They indexed only 17 pages out of 80, can u explain why it is so?
Do depth of crawl depends upon PR too?
Earlier i had 72 pages indexed in google, then my link was removed from a site with 4 PR after that i had only 27 pages indexed and now only 17.
Why it is so?
Now i got a 5 PR link with 12 outbound links, what will be my new PR?
Will i ever get whole site indexed?
Please give me tips.
I have 3 backlinks from 5 pr site, 2-3 from 4 pr site, 3-4 from 2 pr sites.
Today i changed the coding of my site from .html to .php ,
also i used '-' instead of '_' for naming files.
Now i have better navigation system for deeper pages.
Homepages links to main categories.
All the pages under one category are linked to each other.
Category links are on every page.
Why google is not indexing all pages?
joined:May 31, 2004
I checked my stats , google bot didn't crawled whole site.
It only crawled 10-12 pages out of 80.
What do i do?
I also have 2 5pr links from wikipedia article, which i got 3-4 days ago.
The pages that has link to my site have not latest cache in google.
In the cache of those pages in google , there are no no links.
When will google trace my links?
When it crawls the site that links to me?
Is capitalism dead? I don't think google ever infered jumping into a crowded market would result in not getting indexed. This statement is not true.
--- Links from wikipedia are with rel="nofollow" .
This statement is not true.
I got two linmks from wikipedia pages, but both the pages have old version as cache in google.
I expect a 4 pr for my site.
Will 4 pr make sure that whole site is indexed?
I recently changes coding of my site from html to php, but msn has indexed old html pages.
MSN has indexed some new php pages which do not show up in serps but old pages are not yet removed.
joined:Dec 29, 2003
Just because you expect, does not mean you will get it. Plus, Google has been stingy with the PR lately so you might want to lower your expetations. Lastly, Google needs to visit the sites that linked first (their updated cache is the clue) and then decide how PR trickled to you. Based on that you might get the crawl you want.
Hate to rain on your parade, but I, like MANY others have been waiting 10 months for this to happen. Sit back... relax... and maybe think about a day job!
My domain is registered for one year only , i can't wait for 10 months.
My site stats shows that google and msn bots crawls my site daily.
Yesterday i got very intense crawl by msn and google both.
But pages are not in index.
After how much time of webcrawl , are the pages indexed?
Or the bots index the pages simultaneously as they crawl the site?
[edited by: Thaparian at 6:06 am (utc) on Aug. 16, 2006]
What we see today in 16 Aug was crawled on 14 Aug.
So be patient .Tomorow you'll see the results.
Does it apply to MSN also?
My site's stats show that google crawled about 35 pages of my site.
Does it means i will have 35 pages in google now?
Also i am using missing.html file in my site.
Will missing.html stop google to remove broken link pages indexed in google?
I want those old html pages to be removed from index.
ROFMLAO ...... well looks like your have to
listen to what people are telling you after all youve only been doing it for 2 months..... Sit back and wait posting every hour asking when your site will be fully index isnt going to help ..... and reregistar your domain for another year and then your have 22 months ;)
The PR on the home page of that site is 1!...
Been like that for 5 months now...
In this case - low PR has nothing to do in traffic,
Site is ranked high on some great keywords...
Yeah, "expect" and "PR" don't go together in one sentence...
I rebuild my whole site like a week ago.
I changed the html files into php files.
File name were also changed.
Now i just noticed that google has re-indexed those old html pages.
Can anyone explain this?
Old pages were removed, more than a week ago.
Google has been crawling my site for last week.
I got intense deep crawl yesterday and today for new pages.
In other words, watching Google too intensively can be bad for your stress level.
[edited by: tedster at 3:51 pm (utc) on Aug. 19, 2006]