Website relaunched: Both old pages and new pages indexed

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Hi all,

We have recently made major changes to our website and relaunched it. We have changed URLs of some pages. We have redirected old URLs to new before taking website live. When I check even after one week, still the same old and new pages also indexed at Google. I wonder why still old pages cache is there with Google. Please share your ideas on this.

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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    It can take a month for Google to crawl and index all of your pages. Give it more time.
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    It takes time. And also have you manually fetch through google webmasters tool?
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  • Profile picture of the author Davian Digital
    It takes a month for it to de index old pages. Wait a little and you will eventually see the results.
    Usually the website is in the sand box for the first four months.
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  • Profile picture of the author sunpeaks589
    Google was making crawl update within 3 months so you can cache of your old changes
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
    The reason pages take a long time to get reindexed is because they have very few, If any, strong links pointing at the URLs.

    You should have also submitted an updated xml file to Google.

    If it's a small site, simply use the Google Fetch tool pointing at all the pages/URLs that already have a 301 redirect. That will force Google to find the redirects before landing on the new page/URL.

    As always, any type of redirect on a page/URL that's already ranked is a 50/50 gamble.
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