How to index all internal links

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How to index all internal links
« on: 01-24-2017, 03:47:08 »
Hello friends,

I have recently checked my backlinks, more than 60 % of backlinks has not indexed in Google, please suggest me how to index all backlinks.

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Re: How to index all internal links
« Reply #1 on: 01-29-2017, 23:53:19 »
The process is as follows:

Download the full directory 'pages' to my PC (manually)
Read all text pages and extract pagenames with namespaces and links (done automatically via Excel)
Do all data management including moving pages when needed with adaption of links (done automatically via Excel)
Upload the modified data to the directoty 'pages', overwriting the existing pages (manually)

This solution now gives me an extremely flexible way for managing a couple of hundred pages of a family tree, including application specific formatting changes, checking data plausibility and adding texts to all or a selection of the pages.

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Re: How to index all internal links
« Reply #2 on: 02-08-2017, 04:22:55 »
If you are just starting a new blog, Google does not always crawl your site even if you post every day.

You may think this is biased, but think again. To Google, this is business. Every single time Google crawls a site, they require money and resources to do that. This means that every time Google crawls a site, Google loses money.

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Re: How to index all internal links
« Reply #3 on: 04-15-2021, 01:50:50 »
Use Keyword-Rich Anchor Text.
Link to Important Pages.
That's why smart SEOs strategically link to important pages.
Don't Use The Same Anchor Text For Two Different Pages.
Audit Internal Links With the Google Search Console.
Put Links High Up On Your Page.


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