Why is it Google Will Only Index Some of Your Pages?

by Michael Stearns from HEROweb on December 1, 2009

Yesterday I read a post on another blogger’s site and immediately knew I had quite a bit to add to the discussion. This morning, I read a post that is so complete and so important, the best I can do is say “Awesome Post!” and encourage you to check it out.

The topic is “Google’s Indexation Cap“. The author is Rand Fishkin over at SEOmoz.

Rand’s post dives into the nitty gritty of why Google does not index all the pages on a site. This is a vexing question for many of our customers. As Rand’s post indicates, Google is becoming smarter and smarter about what makes a high-value site and raising the bar for what you need to do to build authority.

SEO is out of the Dark Ages and into the Middle Ages. Google is smarter. And you need to be smarter, too.

Have a look at what Rand has to say: Google’s Indexation Cap

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  • That may be happen to avoid spamming or because Google is not fully able to crawl the whole website pages or content of the page also maters in indexing.
    Thanks for the information.

  • Most of the se's target only home page,..not any other pages, Google doesn't index all of the pages,because there are millions of websites..it requires a huge database to do it so..so google only index some web pages of the website not all..

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  • Most of the se's target only home page,..not any other pages, Google doesn't index all of the pages,because there are millions of websites..it requires a huge database to do it so..so google only index some web pages of the website not all..

    ecommerce web developer ecommerce web development

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