Post Not Index

  • hello, my website first permalink set a type https://www.domain.com/month/date/postname.html. this like blogger. now i changed permalink to set only post name permalink by WordPress permalink setting. now I see my website’s new posts are not indexed properly. index time takes 2 days to index new posts. on my website post published around 5223 but in google search console sitemap discover links only 5,205 posts. you can please check my website rankmath settings. and also google search console issues

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  • Hello

    Thank you for contacting the support and sorry for any inconvenience that might have been caused due to that.

    Please note that it is completely normal for a newly published post/page/website to take time before it gets crawled or indexed by Google. It depends on a lot of factors. Your posting frequency + the domain authority are just two of the many factors Google considers when indexing some new URL. Google assigns a crawl budget to your website depending on these factors (especially these two) and that has a direct effect on how soon or how late your content can get indexed.

    You can also check for noindex tag here to rule out that your page isn’t getting indexed due to a mistake in plugin settings:
    https://smallseotools.com/meta-tags-analyzer/

    If noindex is not present, then it is just a waiting game before Google decides to include the URL in the index. No SEO plugin can force Google to index something they don’t want to.

    With that said, we have found that barring any issues like copied/DMCA/low-quality content issues – Google usually indexes posts within a week or two. So, we request you to kindly wait.

    Google even says that on their official website:
    https://i.rankmath.com/QB4Dhl

    The above screenshot was taken from this page:
    https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/7552505#missing-jobs

    So, you have to be a bit patient and allow it some time. If your website isn’t indexed even after a week, you can place a manual indexing request here:
    https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/9012289

    Finally, it all boils down to the quality of the content, and if your content improves Google’s overall search index.

    Please check this article where one of the Google employees mentioned:
    “If your site relies on manual index submission for normal content, you need to significantly improve your site. Search console does not fix your site, you need to do that yourself.” – JohnMu
    https://www.seroundtable.com/google-manually-index-site-quality-28942.html

    With that said, here’s a good article on how to ensure that your website gets indexed regularly:
    https://ahrefs.com/blog/google-index/

    Hope that helps and please do not hesitate to let us know if you need our assistance with anything else.

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