how to get google to reindex our site?

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It seems that google indexed our site on Thursday not long after it went live. On Saturday we changed our urls slightly (from index.shtml to index.html for example) for the whole site. The indexing process cached the .shtml versions and now those are counted as broken links so our site does not come up as a result in any searches unless you search with the entire url.

Any suggestions? Can I get google to reindex the site in a short period of time?
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  • batu544
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Indexing will take time. The same thing happened with my website also. I have changed little bit in my website and now my website is coming in 2nd page :( .
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I think you should remove those URL using Google url removal tool and resubmit your sitemap at Google, try to get as many as backlinks you can so that your sitet gets crawl frequently.
  • directfuture
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Strong back links and it will happen within a week; alternatively you can pay for the pleasure.
  • idkwot
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same thing happened to me :[
  • x3mario
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Just wait as bots crawled your site. It takes time but if you do link building...surely this will come up again.
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i am too having the same problem with one of my site ...

and i have started getting backlinks more and more for the same ... but still not indexed again.
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timod wrote:
It seems that google indexed our site on Thursday not long after it went live. On Saturday we changed our urls slightly (from index.shtml to index.html for example) for the whole site. The indexing process cached the .shtml versions and now those are counted as broken links so our site does not come up as a result in any searches unless you search with the entire url.

Any suggestions? Can I get google to reindex the site in a short period of time?


after doing the changes you need to do just continue with what you are doing -link building and stuff the after 3-4 days you will already see results...
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harrysmith wrote:
I think you should remove those URL using Google url removal tool and resubmit your sitemap at Google, try to get as many as backlinks you can so that your sitet gets crawl frequently.



Do this one and be patient! Just wait and build more "Quality" links
  • weblaunchphxx
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Just try to get more backlinks from related site specially from high PR sites.
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Just a little wait......nothing else.
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It takes time to get index on google and get more backlinks for the site. Just we patience and wait for it.
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is that true? you can remove indexed page? how come?
  • Ethan Kolasinski
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Here's a good article on the importance of backlinks.

http://www.webconfs.com/importance-of-backlinks-article-5.php

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Also you can updae your XML sitemap and resubmit it to google .......
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Patience .... i think that is the best thing in this senario ... Googlebot will come to crawl your website soon :-)
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Hi,

Generally, if you leave the site as is with new links, google will re-index the site, the time in which it re-indexes your site is based on how many links you already have out there. The more links you have out there more often the bot will come over and visit your site and re-index your new page, or renamed website link.

If you want to speed this process up, there's several ways you can get the site re-indexed in a matter of hours, or even before a 24hr period.

a) find a high PR site to link back from.
b) go to social bookmarking sites
c) go to craigslist.org
d) go to squidoo and create a lens
e) go to myspace and add a link there
f) create articles and submit them to about 10 popular article directories.
g) go to yahoogroups, msn groups, google groups and post some notes there.
h) blogs, such as blogger, wordpress, etc

using all of above, you should see yourself indexed within 12 hours. :)

Hope this helps.

All the best

Loz
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There is no need to submit a site map to google, or any search engine for that matter. :)

If you create a ror.xml file, go to http://www.rorweb.com add the text in your header tag, and the search engines will crawl that page. :)

Loz

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