Any tips on getting reindexed?

by trickyzoo 11 replies
I have some premium domains that have been deindexed. Does anybody have any hints about getting reindexed? I heard there are ways to do it to get reindexed in a matter of weeks. Any help would be appreciated.
#search engine optimization #reindexed #tips
  • Profile picture of the author InitialEffort
    Are you using unique content on the website?
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    • Profile picture of the author trickyzoo
      Originally Posted by InitialEffort View Post

      Are you using unique content on the website?
      I was not, but now I am.
      I am sitting around waiting for Google, but I heard it can take anywhere from a month to never happening.
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      • Profile picture of the author vjandroid1
        Originally Posted by trickyzoo View Post

        I was not, but now I am.
        I am sitting around waiting for Google, but I heard it can take anywhere from a month to never happening.
        Its not like that just resubmit your sitemap in webmasters for once also ping out some of the main pages of your site...also place main pages links to some social bookmarking websites too bcz they are crawled very rapidly..I hope you will find the results within week...
        you can use rss directories too..
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        • Profile picture of the author Targeted Traffic
          This is what Google suggests:

          "If you believe you’ve been impacted by this change you should evaluate all the content on your site and do your best to improve the overall quality of the pages on your domain. Removing low quality pages or moving them to a different domain could help your rankings for the higher quality content.”

          To add..

          Look at how much of your site (% of pages) is taken up by your lowest quality pages and improve that.Improve anything that might make the user’s experience better.Offer users more when they first enter a page. Eg, images, videos, attractive text and pages linking to your best, related editorial content.Make as many of these changes as you can at once in the hope of shaking off the penalty quickly.
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  • Profile picture of the author amylimcd
    The thing that has worked for me is drip feeding unique content over a period of time. So I create a bunch of unique content posts and then set dates for the to go public over time. I also take a very conservative approach to backlinking during this period.

    For me, however, once a site has been totally deindexed (not just bouncing around in the search engine positions but totally disappears), I find that the site always is unreliable and subject to going away and coming back- it is frustrating . . . sometimes it is best to start over if you are early on in the process and try not to get a new site de-indexed to being with.
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  • Profile picture of the author Pierce
    I usually start over. I used to put in a lot of effort and time into trying to get reindexed but it was usually a waste of time and resources.
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  • Profile picture of the author flx89
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    • Profile picture of the author PatriciaJ
      Build up some good content and ask Google to reindex, that's what I did anyway and it worked.
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  • Profile picture of the author gomzydecor
    The only one simple way out is stop using duplicate content on website & start pinging to major search engines so as to reindex your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author Eleanor
    Hey,

    I wrote a post on my blog about this today...
    Been De-Indexed? Find Out How To Avoid This And Recover From De-Indexing | Eleanor Ruse's IM Blog


    Like everyone else has said, unique content, high quality backlinks and a request to Google will be the best way to go about being re-indexed.

    Hope that helps

    Thanks
    Eleanor
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  • Profile picture of the author milapetersburg
    One of the ways I learned that is useful in this kind of situation is to get a couple authoritative and editorial backlinks. So, if you happen to know someone who owns a site or blog that has got authority or is always feeding editorial posts, you may contact them and ask for linking. Else, commenting or paying for inclusion or citation can be the other way.
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  • Profile picture of the author julianbooth123
    Resubmit the sitemap in Google webmaster tools and also submit the rss in the rss feed directory. This will help to reindex the site.
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