akshay_kumar — 2012-11-21T13:19:10-05:00 — #1
A few weeks back I added my site to google but "http://www.saanvihotels.com/hotels/manali-hotels/" this page is not indexed. This page is not listed as an internal link by webmaster tools and when I try to "find internal link" I get "no data is available." I've tried "Fetch as Googlebot" successfully, but this still has not resulted in the page being indexed.
Could you please give any suggestions?
technobear — 2012-11-21T14:34:51-05:00 — #2
Hi Akshay Kumar and welcome to the forums.
Your page has been indexed. If you do a site:saanvihotels.com search in Google, you'll see it listed. It may not be appearing as high up in the search results as you would like, but that's a separate issue.
I've moved your question into a new thread of its own. It's better to start a new thread for a new question, rather than post in one which has been dormant for months.
prime_aque — 2012-11-22T04:10:48-05:00 — #3
Have you submitted your SITEMAP? You need to submit your sitemap so that all your post will be indexed by Google. Anyway, if you have submitted your sitemap, please wait couple of days before Google will index all your contents.
But in your case, I think that you haven't submitted your sitemap, how to do that?
1. Look for sitemap generator
2. Go to your webmaster tool and test your sitemap, if it's working, submit it.
I know this is too general, please look for tutorials "how to submit sitemap to Google without errors"...
wirenine — 2012-11-22T05:15:33-05:00 — #4
You can also submit your website to Google's index (or to the index of multiple search engines). Your website seems to be indexed though; a quick search for site:domain.com will show you whether or not your sites are indexed in Google.
stephenbolt — 2012-11-22T06:53:23-05:00 — #5
Make sure that you have setup xml sitemap because this sitemap is used for search engine for crawling.
mikl — 2012-11-22T06:57:18-05:00 — #6
You say Google Webmaster Tools is showing "no data available". I wouldn't worry about that. GWM has a time lag of one or two weeks. So even after your site starts showing up in Google search results, you will still see that message. Just wait a while, and you should start seeing your actual rankings showing up.
Don't worry either about submitting a sitemap at this stage. Provided Google can find all your pages through your normal navigation, a sitemap won't get you listed any faster, and it won't improve your ranking. But it will be useful if you have content that cannot be found simply by following links.
And you certainly don't need to explicitly submit your site to Google. As TechnoBear pointed out, Google has already found the site. No sumbission process is necessary.
system — 2012-11-23T13:18:39-05:00 — #7
please u try again if u not succeed u help google web master tools.
seoservices17o7 — 2012-11-24T00:30:28-05:00 — #8
Its already listed on google and is indexed by google and your page was cache by google on 29 Oct 2012 05:57:08 GMT
masspings — 2012-11-30T10:56:27-05:00 — #9
Try to increase the social presence of your website on Facebook, twitter. And still if you don't get any response regarding to indexing then submit in to Digg.com with multiple accounts.
ted_s — 2012-11-30T12:07:23-05:00 — #10
Are you suggesting they spam digg?
masspings — 2012-11-30T12:17:44-05:00 — #11
Multiple accounts mean's suggest others to share my website and digg him.
prosence — 2012-12-01T10:06:13-05:00 — #12
Well, I checked the page, it is indexed, by searching:
it returns one result that is "http://www.saanvihotels.com/hotels/manali-hotels/"
If you need higher ranking of this page then you have to build links, get traffic to this link, but you have to do it naturally, slowly with relevant sites only.
technobear — 2012-12-01T10:29:44-05:00 — #13
Thread closed as it has become repetitive.