Website appears in google, but not when searched with site:url operator

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Offline pradyTopic starter

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Hello all,

I am new here and looking for some inputs.

I have a site which shows up on Google if I search by the website name.

But when I search using site:www.myurl.com, nothing comes up.

Does that means my site is not indexed but simply cached?

I am also facing the same issue with Bing, Yahoo & Yandex.


Thanks in advance.


Offline sophiawils59

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Can you share which URL you got while searching the website name?

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The scenario you share is completely new for us but can you share the website URL and the "keyword" used to search?
let us see what is the issue?

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Sophia and liza both are asking for the website URL. So kindly share the link so that they and other experts can look at what is the actual issue.

Offline ritesh3592

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It seems like @op got the solution because @op is not replying to any question asked by the members!!!


Offline Neel Patel

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It seems like @op got the solution because @op is not replying to any question asked by the members!!!

In this case, the thread should be marked as solved or it should be closed by admin or OP!

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Hi,

Can you share the URL of the website you're talking about?

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This is a common issue. Google essentially considers a website with and without the "www" prefix to be two completely-different websites. You want to have an automatic 301 redirect going from all pages on one domain to the other. (Usually, people pick the "www" version.) Then, tell Google Webmaster Tools that you want that version to be "canonical."


 

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