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How to check and index all the pages in Google Blog

By: omer nawaz on Friday, 27 February 2015 | 01:05

Having all blog pages indexed in Google can help generate more hits, so it is worth checking if your blog is properly indexed in Google. It is easy to make and you can use Google Webmaster tools to submit your sitemaps and improve your position in search results on Google.

 




 If your blog or website appears in the search results Google is very simple, just put the web tag: before the address of your blog, this facilitates the search for Google only within your blog, for example:

This will show how many pages of your website appear in Google (see other useful features of Google). You may notice that the number of results is much higher than the number of entries, but that's normal because Google can index the pages of markers blog, archives and other pages.

To enable Google to find all your pages of your blog using Google Webmaster tools and sends a sitemap of your blog. Upon entering the site webmaster tools from the Trace menu and click Sitemaps.

Then click add sitemap and use this code and click send:

/Atom.xml? redirect = false & start-index = 1 & max-results = 500

Submit Blog Sitemap to Google

This makes 500 index entries in your blog, if you have more than this number of entries added a sitemap, but use code like this:

/Atom.xml? redirect = false & start-index = 501 & max-results = 500

Look, the only thing that has changed is the rate of passage = 501, so this second site map your posts indexed from 501 to 1000. If you have more than 1000 entries in your blog added a sitemap, but using index = 1001 and so on to make sure all your messages appear in Google.

This is a basic fact that bloggers more to do to create your first blog, but you need to make changes to the sitemaps as a growing number of posts on your blog, so if this is your case verifies the number of posts on your blog and not exceeding the amount of indexed entries and update your sitemap.


We often forget to change this setting over time and thereby indexing various positions are lost and do not generate the amount of visits you should have your blog.

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