Google is not crawling my blog post

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  • Hello,

    Thank you for contacting Rank Math and bringing your concern to our attention. I’m sorry for any inconvenience this issue may have caused you.

    I’ve checked your page using Google’s Rich Results test tool, but it seems to be working fine.

    If your SSL is fine, then you can follow the steps in this link as it seems to be a temporary issue:
    https://www.technorahul27.in/2022/09/https-is-invalid-and-might-prevent-it.html

    Hope that helps.

    Thank you.

    I read the blog post but I still don’t understand what steps I should take to fix it.

    Hello,

    We checked the affected post and it seems to be working just fine as you can see here: https://search.google.com/test/rich-results/result?id=_mrz9m1Ikd1Vw_Ih_Wmq_g

    In this case, please attempt to clear your website cache and allow Google to recrawl the page.

    Looking forward to helping you.

    I have cleared the cache but I can prove that the URL is not on Google. Because a) when I go to Google Search Console and inspect the URL, it says it’s not on Google. b) If you type “site:getpurify.co best anti aging cream” on Google, the blog post doesn’t show up.

    Hello,

    I checked the page, it is correctly set to index and the SSL is also working fine.

    In this case, please request indexing for the URL in the Search Console and wait for Google to crawl the page.

    Please note that crawling and indexing of the website depend on the authority and crawl budget of the website.

    It is completely up to Google if they want to index or not index your URLs. So, if you haven’t willingly or accidentally made your page noindex and Google still isn’t indexing your pages – it means that either Google doesn’t want to index or hasn’t crawled your posts yet because it hasn’t allocated that much crawl budget to your website.

    We look forward to helping you.

    I have tried requesting indexing multiple times but it keeps loading without doing anything for several minutes. Are there any changes I can make so Google considers indexing it?

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