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One of Initial Articles Still Not Indexed

 
cazort
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on 02/24/2013

I've noticed that new articles that I publish here are indexed by google very quickly...but one article, Chun Mee - Precious Eyebrows - A Chinese Green Tea, which was among the first 5 articles I published here, has yet to be indexed.  I've shared the article on my social media accounts, linked to it from external sites and from other Wizzley articles, and it's still not indexed.

Does anyone have any tips or advice about how to deal with this?  I found this frustrating because this was one article that I thought had a shot at bringing in a fair amount of search traffic in the long-run.


Alex Zorach, editor of RateTea and co-founder of Why This Way
nightowl
Admin
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on 02/24/2013

It does sometimes take longer for those initial articles to get indexed. You might also want to consider adding a link back to your Wizzley profile from your Google+ page as a site you contribute to. This will establish your authorship with Google and should help as well.


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Mira
Posts: 487
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on 02/25/2013

There's also a way to submit a link to Google directly. I've used that option with a Christmas gifts article that kept growing and growing, because I wanted the changes to be indexed fast.

This is the link I used:

http://support.google.com/webmasters/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1352276


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cazort
Posts: 98
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on 02/25/2013

Oh, that is a smart idea to link from the Google+ Profile.  I had shared my Wizzley pages there but I haven't edited my profile in a long time.  I just realized that they have a specific place even for other sites featuring your work.  Thanks!

I will try this Google webmaster feature to submit the URL too.  Thanks also!


Alex Zorach, editor of RateTea and co-founder of Why This Way
VenusBrown
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on 02/28/2013

Yeah..Social Networking sites help to index the content at a more frequent rate. So try to share it on Google Plus, Twitter and social bookmarking websites.


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