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10:04 am on Jun 27, 2015 (gmt 0)

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Hello all,

I've googled "How Long does it take for a new page to rank on Google" and different similar combinations however, I am not finding my answer. The SERPS shows "How to better rank a new site on Google" and etc ...

So I have a site where ranks well for a few terms. I recently added a few more pages for different competitive terms and want to see when I will rank for those terms.

So basically Im trying to rank for new pages rather than a new site. Does google treat the new pages as a new site?

Lets say it was a 5 page static site, now its a 10 page static site. From when can I expect decent traffic assuming the new 5 pages will also rank pretty well similar to the original first 5 pages.

This site has very strong backlinks from before and ranks pretty well for 5 premium keywords which draws in several hundred visitors/day. It's almost been a month now that I am not receiving traffic nor ranking on the SERPS for the new terms. Is it too early to judge or have I been penalized for not posting unique content? The content was copy/pasted from another site of mine that wasnt ranking that well. I basically moved the content over.

thanks.
4:10 pm on June 27, 2015 (gmt 0)

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How Long does it take for a new page to rank on Google

It's really hard to give an answer other than "as long as it takes".
3:05 am on June 28, 2015 (gmt 0)

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I agree however I'm wondering if the new pages are treated 'somewhat similar' to a new site in terms of showing up on SERPS or not and somewhat worried that I may get penalized for moving content from one site to another.

I had posted more in details here:
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