Google caching the Wrong Titles and Metadescription

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Hello Web Masters,

I have a major issue with my websites kindly suggest.
#caching #google #metadescription #titles #wrong
  • Profile picture of the author expmrb
    I am not seeing any Sutihr page. Clear your browser cache or use another web browser.
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    • Profile picture of the author Andrew Ethan
      Hello,
      I have removed those pages using removal tool these pages points to 404 but the internal links of getting indexing in google search and adding as an internal page for kindly suggest.
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  • Profile picture of the author sinGN
    Upadate titles and meta description once again also update robots.txt file.this is cache problem.
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    • Profile picture of the author Andrew Ethan
      I have done all the above you mentioned, removed canonical tags, robots.txt, Sitemap.xml and updated, but no change. we moved the domains to different hosting.
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  • Profile picture of the author David Jones42
    in wordpress setting there are two option one for meta title and second for site name. so when you search directly your domain google fetch your sitename and show in to the your title and if you search directly your keyword google show your meta title with your link.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Originally Posted by David Jones42 View Post

      in wordpress setting there are two option one for meta title ...
      If that's true, then WP is more of a piece of sewage than I thought. Probably more of a case of you not knowing what the frick "meta" title is....or was. Meta title is useless.

      No matter. You people just have no clue as to how the internet or google works.
      (man I am a broken record saying that over and over....)

      Depending how you search, google will chose whatever title and description they think it needs.

      You want an example? Do a search for warriorforum.com.

      Then do a search for best internet marketing forum.

      Check each result for the warriorforum.com entry. Compare the two.

      Amazing, aint it?

      But then, perhaps people just did not know that depending on how, when, what, where, and yes, why you search....google will tailor it for you.

      The replies above are just so lame.

      Cash me outside. How bout dah?

      When I search for your website.com...I get your "wanted" description.

      Paul
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  • Profile picture of the author TomWest
    Sometimes you just need to wait for a month or even more! I had the same issue with one of my projects
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    • Profile picture of the author Andrew Ethan
      Hi Tomwest,
      We had moved our domains to different hosting provider and cleared the cache, awaiting for the positive result.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sophia F
    It can be the old description, any time when the Google Crawler visits your website by that time it stored your site information. That can be the cached content of previous data. So, I suggest you updating the titles and meta description, robots.text one more time and perform some good on page and off page SEO techniques. Definitely, you will come out of this situation within one week.
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    • Profile picture of the author Andrew Ethan
      Hello Sophia,
      The major problem is that these two sites are hosted on the same server,internal links getting indexed with links as you see in the screen shot, if we click these urls points to 404 not found, the titles, meta description of internal pages adding as a internal pages to url and cache version is same as pages and effecting the Keyword ranks. kindly suggest.
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  • Profile picture of the author deepakrajput
    You have to submit your site in search engine submission sites to index it again & again & pick up right Meta tags.
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  • Profile picture of the author KylieSweet
    Sometimes Google chooses the most related description (due to confusion) within your site page and then include in the snippet as well as providing in search results.
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    • Profile picture of the author kodeforest
      Originally Posted by KylieSweet View Post

      Sometimes Google chooses the most related description (due to confusion) within your site page and then include in the snippet as well as providing in search results.
      Yes i am also agreed with you but i think so your site face issue development point of view.
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  • Profile picture of the author millieanderson
    Hi Andrew Ethan, I am also agreed with because recently am also face same issue on elitereviewz site, I am also removed robots.txt file. But still same issue and finally at the end i removed website cookies , cache and again install cache plugin. Finally now its working but you should checked again your website backend because some time developer used no-follow and no-index tags. for more detail PM
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