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Search Engine Optimization => Advanced Search Engine Optimization => Topic started by: venkatweetz on 11-08-2018, 04:01:36

Title: Wesbite de-indexing issues
Post by: venkatweetz on 11-08-2018, 04:01:36
HI Guys,

One of my website suddenly de-indexed in google without any intiмation, how can I fix this issue.
Title: Re: Wesbite de-indexing issues
Post by: Rattan11 on 11-12-2018, 08:56:21
A website is typically deindexed for one of two reasons. Either:
1. Google has taken a manual action on your site.
2. Someone accidentally made a mistake in the code of the website to cause the deindexation.

If a manual action has been applied, you would have received a notification in the Search Console detailing the infraction. The most common reason for this is because your site has done something to break Google’s webmaster quality guidelines.

If you aren’t already familiar with Google’s guidelines, now is a good time to look them over. You should follow these guidelines to the letter – they’re the key to maintaining a good standing with Google.

Title: Re: Wesbite de-indexing issues
Post by: virtuatechnologies on 11-20-2018, 01:22:15
HI Guys,

One of my website suddenly de-indexed in google without any intiмation, how can I fix this issue.


There are five things to get deindexed by Google,

1. Cloaking

2. Spam

Automatically Generated Content and Links
Hidden Links
Scraped Content
Creating Malicious Web Pages
Dumping Content

3. Keyword Stuffing

4. Duplicate Content

5. Unnatural Inbound Links to your website

So Please make sure the website is working fine without Site Errors, Duplicate Content, Unnatural Links, Url Parameter Problem, Blacklisting or malicious and Check your website today for a Google Penalty.
Title: Re: Wesbite de-indexing issues
Post by: Virogreen on 11-20-2018, 05:37:07
One day you’re ranking at the top of relevant search engine results pages (SERPs).

The next?

In the blink of an eye your entire website seems to have completely vanished from Google.

You try every variation of your domain name in the search box.
Title: Re: Wesbite de-indexing issues
Post by: JustinJack on 11-23-2018, 22:52:26
You can add to all the above:

*Bad use of the rel=canonical tag
*Duplicate content
*Bad use of redirects
*Veeeery slow sitespeed (probably)
*Bad hosting - your site is going down too often
*Someone spams you with gazillion backlinks in a day - I've seen this on one of the videos from Boston SEO 2011 by Distilled (not 100% if it was
  Boston SEO or the conference in Seattle).
*Someone flags your site for not following Google Guidelines - if it's true, a manual penalty will follow :)

If anyone can add more, please do so!
Title: Re: Wesbite de-indexing issues
Post by: download69 on 11-25-2018, 02:22:50
hi
if you have google webmaster, please check Manual Actions on Search Traffic section for check google penalty
Title: Re: Wesbite de-indexing issues
Post by: John - Smith on 11-27-2018, 22:10:08
Agreed with Rattan11.

check your google search console and check for manual actions. if there is any follow the instructions and solve it asap.  :D
Title: Re: Wesbite de-indexing issues
Post by: kustifranti on 12-06-2018, 16:55:40
You can add to all the abovementioned:
*Bad utilization of the rel=canonical tag
*Duplicate content
*Bad utilization of sidetracks
*Veeeery moderate site speed (likely)
*Bad facilitating - your site is going down time after time
*Someone spams you with gazillion backlinks in multi-day - I've seen this on one of the recordings from Boston SEO 2011 by Distilled (not 100% on the off chance that it was
Boston SEO or the meeting in Seattle).
*Someone banners your site for not following Google Guidelines - if it's actual, a manual punishment will pursue If anybody can include more, kindly do as such!
Title: Re: Wesbite de-indexing issues
Post by: ryan reynold on 01-04-2019, 02:46:55
Has your website, or a client's website, vanished from search results? It's likely that you have been deindexed from Google.