You’re here, which shows that you’re now dealing with a frustrating indexing problem. Nowadays, a lot of bloggers aren’t able to index their sites, which negatively impacts their competition. In the Google console coverage, you’re going to see (Discovered-Currently not indexed) in excluded options. This means your pages are not currently indexed.
Let’s see how this thing impacts your rankings. Trending topics should be published as soon as possible before the competition increases. If you have published an article but it’s taking much more time than usual to be indexed then it will affect your rankings. As your competitors will rank quicker as their pages are already indexed. This indexing issue can’t be a technical error from google while maximum websites are able to index their posts just after 3 to 5 days including me. There are a few factors that you should consider before sending a crawling request. With the help of that, I’m pretty sure you’ll be able to solve your issue.
Reasons why we have (discovered-currently not indexed) issue.
- Low-quality content
- Duplicate content
- Overloaded content
- Unoptimized internal linking
These are the reason that could cause you this problem. By solving them you’ll be able to solve this issue. Let’s dig in and see these factors more intensely to get rid of (Discovered – currently not indexed).
What is indexing?
To bring the best and most relevant results for users, google discover all the public pages on the internet through their crawling bots which are known as spiders or crawlers. Search engine starts their crawling with seed sites that are considered very high-quality and then crawl sites that are linked to them. Afterward, Google stores all the data into a massive database that lists every important term found on each page the search engine crawls. This is called indexing.
As everyone is aware, content reigns supreme on our blogging platform. It’s possible that having low-quality content will hurt your website. It might be really frustrating at times to write all the articles by hand. Therefore, the majority of beginner bloggers select content created by others and modify it before publishing it on their website. The meaning and the concepts behind your words cannot be changed by spinning the content; only their structure can be altered. Google should have no trouble deciphering that.
Prior to submitting a request for crawling, rewrite the content or add more original content to your blog article. At this rate, Google will accept your material and your unique content ratio will rise.
It won’t work to copy the content and paste it on your website. You can’t index your site since Google won’t tolerate duplicate material. Take out every piece of content and strive to publish original pieces. Your content has a 100% chance of not being rejected after crawling.
Even if your website contains mock pages, just be aware that there is another element that is contributing to your issue—request crawling after adding material to your pages.
If your website has a lot of loaded content and you request crawling, be aware that it will take longer than usual. Google crawls your pages and discovers links in them. As other sites are linked to your page, try to keep your content really unique. Contributing to the irrelevant website with your content will also resist being indexed instantly. This could also cause Discovered-Currently not indexed.
Unoptimized internal linking
By optimizing your internal linking you can improve your indexing chances. Your already indexed posts which are trusted by google, try to link your pages to those posts. And submit a crawling request. When a bot crawls your high-quality pages and discovers links that point to your not crawled post. It starts crawling. Now there’s a maximum chance that your posts could be indexed.
You won’t experience any problems with indexing your website if you concentrate on the quality of your content. Google prioritizes content so highly. If you continue spinning and posting the content on your website, not even you will be able to obtain Google AdSense approval. Your website’s pages will take a little while longer to index than usual, but no longer than seven days. If it does, you will be able to identify the issue more clearly. and will get rid of Discovered-Currently not indexed.