There are three main components to organic search: crawling, indexing and ranking. When a search engine like Google arrives at your website, it crawls all of the links it finds. Information about what it finds is then entered into the search engine’s index, where different factors are used to determine which pages to fetch, and in what order, for a particular search query. … [Read more...] about How to check which URLs have been indexed by Google using Python
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If the problem stems from your hosting service you should probably change to a better one. On the other hand, if the problem comes from your website structure itself, you might need to consider cleaning up some codes. Or better yet, make sure it is well optimized. … [Read more...] about 5 Reasons Your Page Is Not Indexed On Google Search and How to Fix It
Google said "this API allows any site owner to directly notify Google when job posting pages are added or removed." "This allows Google to schedule job postings for a fresh crawl, which can lead to higher quality user traffic and job applicant satisfaction. Currently, the Indexing API can only be used for job posting pages that include job posting structured data," Google added. … [Read more...] about Google Releases Indexing API, Well Just For Job Posting URLs
This behavior is similar in nature to Oliver Mason’s observations made here with the URL Inspection tool. I recommend you read his article as it gives away an awful lot about how Google’s tools might treat URL redirects, and how you can gain insight by submitting the right type of URL redirects via Search Console. … [Read more...] about How to Get New Pages or Site Updates Indexed by Google Quickly
For iOS you need to set up support for Universal Links. This is what Apple calls HTTP links that have a single URL, used to open both a specific page on a website and the corresponding view in an app. Implement Google App Indexing using the App Indexing API for Android, or by integrating the App Indexing SDK for iOS 9. Explicitly map your web pages to their corresponding app screens using either a rel=alternate link element on the individual page, by referencing the app URLs in your XML sitemaps, or by using schema.org markup. … [Read more...] about What is app indexing and why is it important?