28 responses

  1. Dinesh @ DailyBlogMoney
    January 26, 2011

    Interesting chart you put.
    Once your blog established well, it can be indexed within minute, I experienced it. Its mostly connected to uniqueness of content.

    I think you missed an important factor, which is Robots.txt file. If this file is blocking Google bots, then no pint in trying other all factors.

    Thanks for the nice post Jimmy

    • Jimmy
      January 27, 2011

      Yup, you are right Dinesh
      Thanks :-)

  2. ankit
    January 26, 2011

    Awesome post dude.I was confused and worried that my blog is not indexed by Google.I will be now patient .

  3. Glitz @ GlitzyBlog
    January 26, 2011

    My site is also not getting crawled faster so i have to update my blog frequently. this is really useful.

  4. Pumama
    January 26, 2011

    When I post a new post, Google index it after 1 minute :D
    Writing post usually is the good way to get indexed faster

  5. Jawed
    January 26, 2011

    Getting indexed on google is a lot easier than it is on some other search engine like Bing. Another thing is that if you make a blog on blogger.com you are almost always likely to get indexed by google.

  6. Rahul Solanki
    January 26, 2011

    Well my blog is Google friendly.With in minutes my posts get indexed in Google search engine…I get 70% of traffic from google

  7. Saket Jajodia
    January 27, 2011

    Google sometimes index your new blog post intent also probably most of my blog from few months got intent indexed…

  8. Anubhab
    January 27, 2011

    I have a new blog too..Thanks for the great info. came hand, when I was pondering why my pages are not getting indexed.

  9. Burhanuddin Tezabwala
    January 27, 2011

    That table is very useful.
    I too have to update my blog frequently and on regular basis. It will satisfy my readers and Google as well.

    As it is always said: ”If content is the King, then SEO is Queen”

  10. rakesh
    January 27, 2011

    indexing in google is very tough task…but my blog indexed in google within a week after i submitted sitemap to google webmasters tools….

  11. Roger
    January 28, 2011

    I think if people focus more on creating good content verses indexing, they will soon realize it won’t be long until the site grows.

    That doesn’t mean disregard indexing, but rather focus on content first, then SEO.

  12. Nihar
    January 31, 2011

    Great post! This will help lot of new bloggers to start having patience.

    Even for popular blogs there are some posts which don’t get indexed. It is due to the fact that they might be copied from somewhere or doesn’t add too much value. This could be the reason.

    your table is good. Can i know how did you come up with that table?

    • Jimmy
      February 1, 2011

      Hi Nihar,

      Thanks for your reply ;-)
      I was experienced this problem earlier and i got reply from a google webmaster forum moderator with this table.

  13. Shashank
    July 18, 2012

    Its going to be a month,Google has not indexed my website… any suggestions
    help required…

  14. sudeep
    September 23, 2012

    I am also facing from slow indexing issue. Can you review my site and give me feedback to improve my indexing status.

  15. Nikunj
    March 14, 2013

    Very enlighting Post
    Help Please :
    My posts updating in google index tooks more time it tooks about 1-2 days after I publish the post to index in google and my site in almost 20 days old so what will you suggest me to increase this updation time should I refresh sitemap every time I publish the post or it Doesn’t matters ?

  16. raj
    April 5, 2013

    Hi, jimmy Excellent post. google indexing my site privacy policy, contact us and dcma policy page. is it creates problem or not?

    • Harsh Agrawal
      April 5, 2013

      It won’t create any problem but such pages are not useful for search engines, but is useful for user experience. You should consider adding noindex tag for such pages…

  17. Rohith
    June 13, 2013

    Google indexing blog post time is really depending on many things like blog age, sitemap, page rank and backlinks. But aside from these elements I suggest that you focus on your content and Google indexing will no longer be a problem.

  18. Alex
    June 30, 2013

    Verify your website in Google webmaster tools and Submit sitemap of your website. Google will index your website soon. Also the posting frequency matters. If you post regularly Google spiders will index your posts soon.

  19. Joseph Nirmal
    July 4, 2013

    My health blog is not indexing in google index. So my blog have very low traffic in organic search. how to rectify?

    • Harsh Agrawal
      July 6, 2013

      Hey Jospeh
      Have you submitted your sitemap to Google search engine?
      if yes, could you check index status and let me know how much it is, and how much your actual number of posts are?

  20. Klint
    August 7, 2013

    I just can’t understand why google search engine index my new blog post within 24 hours in fact in the past, when i post new, it will automatically index for a matter of minutess but for now, it will index on a number of hours before it can be seen in google search results..why?

  21. Sourish
    November 20, 2013

    Quite a informative read i must say, The chart actually says it all. Initially i was too facing a lot of problems but now everything is smooth and fine but there are days when indexing can become a serious headache! thanks

  22. Avinash Kumar
    February 9, 2014

    Can we use Fetch as Google Bot and then Submit To Index every time for every new post ?

    • Harsh Agrawal
      March 3, 2014

      You can but it’s not that necessary. Instead create a blog site map and submit it to Google. Ensure your site map is auto-updated when ever you publish a new post.

  23. Vinayak
    February 9, 2014

    Is Backlinks are important for google ranking.. ??

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