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SEO glitches detected?

 
georgebass
Posts: 7
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on 09/17/2016

Hello,

 

I am still scratching my head about why some Wizzley articles take so much time in getting indexed. So, here are 3 suggestions:

 

1. Have you checked whether or not Wizzley's sitemap can be crawled by search enginges (Google, Bing, and son on) at this moment? I would personally check this via Google/Bing Webmaster Tools.

 

2. What about using the changefreq node in the XML sitemap?

 

3. On the other hand, I've realized that Wizzley's main topics (Arts, Automotive, Beauty & Fashion, etc.) are not being indexed. I guess it is because of how the main navigation system is structured in Popular, New, Buzzing and Editor's Choice. Please, take a look:

 

Popular:

 

https://wizzley.com/articles/best/?cat=1&level=1

https://wizzley.com/articles/best/?cat=2&level=

 

New:

 

https://wizzley.com/articles/latest/?cat=1&level=

https://wizzley.com/articles/latest/?cat=2&level=

 

You see, main topics are not indexed because the main navigation system creates a lot of redundance, which makes sense in terms of search engines.

 

However, what about turning the above into something usable for both people and crawlers?

 

https://wizzley.com/arts

https://wizzley.com/automotive

 

Seriously, I don't understand why some articles don't get indexed within few minutes/hours.

 

Thank you for listening to my suggestions! I can't wait to see my articles on Google :)

Rose
Posts: 26
Message
on 10/22/2017

Sometimes just tweeting your wizzle will get it indexed. Google spends all it's time on twitter, but tends to visit sites like these only intermittently unless something has been shared on social media - in which case they'll pick up the page.


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