joined:June 26, 2008
Where I work we have multiple websites in multiple languages.
Each website is identical, apart from the language of the website, the contact details of the company, the team member's page and the offers displayed on the home page.
Each website was launched at different times, so there are different amounts of pages in Googles index for each website.
However, the other day we launched three new websites targeted at Romanian, the Netherlands and Denmark.
All three were launched in the same hour. All three were submitted to Google at the same time...
/sitemap.php - 29 of 31 submitted
/sitemap_manufacturers.php - 36 of 348 submitted
/sitemap_products.php - 12,302 of 50,000 submitted
/sitemap.php - 12 of 31 submitted
/sitemap_manufacturers.php - 229 of 348 submitted
/sitemap_products.php - 229 of 50,000 submitted
/sitemap.php - 28 of 31 submitted
/sitemap_manufacturers.php - 14 of 348 submitted
/sitemap_products.php - 16,673 of 50,000 submitted
As you can see, what Google has in the index for each of them is vastly different and I was wondering why?
Does anyone know how Google goes about their indexing and how I could speed up the indexing of our slower websites?
Thanks in advance,