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Old 10-06-2011
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Pages not indexing for eCommerce site

Currently I am running an e-commerce website which has approximately 10,000 pages indexed within Google. The xml sitemap is as well uploaded except approximately 6000 to 7000 pages are not indexed up till now from my website and I would like to be indexed those pages as quickly as achievable. What are the methods that can be working intended for quicker indexing of the left over pages? Does anybody familiar with that?
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Re: Pages not indexing for eCommerce site

Thus, it is recommended to create a HTML sitemap listing the main categories and sub categories obtainable in the footer and also generate an XML sitemap whose position will be particular in the robots.txt. You can choose for a segmented sitemap that permits you to monitor the indexing of dissimilar sections of your site. To optimize your page titles, you can further apply a search engine that permits you to gather expensive data concerning the terms sought by your users. At the similar time, you will be forearmed alongside the indexing of URLs made by denoting "disallow" in robots.txt for all parameters of internal search consequences. You can also avoid the indexing URLs with over 2 parameters.
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Re: Pages not indexing for eCommerce site

First, you should procure the appropriate analysis tools with an overview of how it is actually ordered by the current indexing of your website. Thus identify the specific gaps and generally highlight is the direction in which to act. Insert the tool also for further coverage of your actions to have a performance review of the improvements. You can try completely different options for better indexing. Let all the changes but also enough time to have an effect.
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Re: Pages not indexing for eCommerce site

In the similar method that each product of your directory has a name, cost and additional information, you must as well comprise a field of keywords for SEO. It will be displayed within the title tags, meta plus in addition inside the body of the sheet. By adding a product within the database, link to the regularly searched keywords. Everybody does not utilize the brand name / number for a invention search on top of the web, therefore it might be of great assist in improving the grade of your pages
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Re: Pages not indexing for eCommerce site

First clarify one important thing: we are not doing the indexing of a site but are motors and engines index a site based primarily on textual content and structure. Our job is therefore to create websites that have content such as to facilitate indexing. The structure of the website (intuitive navigation and links) is designed keeping in mind the goal of "indexing."
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Re: Pages not indexing for eCommerce site

Many online stores have little useful content, use of the product descriptions supplied by manufacturers, have internal links poorly designed and do not have unique content generated by users. These sites will no doubt meet great challenges when it comes to SEO. If you search on the google you will get different kind of information and several useful tips to improve you page ranking. Furthermore you will get several tips to improve your webpages so that it can be indexed on Google very quickly.
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Re: Pages not indexing for eCommerce site

When crystallized, the sheer size of the catalog as a problem of indexing, which is also caused by long-term optimization measures cannot be resolved, there is also the advice to simply outsource from a catalog of several individual catalogs. The data will then be on a separate domain, so that can be achieved in each sub shop for a full coverage. Before taking this step should be to tell the shop owner, but how much work is involved. Possibly can be set up here by simplifying automation.
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