How to deal with blogs not indexed by Google easily –

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IT People Blog – You can apply this method if the blog you just created is still not indexed or displays a message such as an indexing error. Normally, when a blog is online and properly accessible, no further steps are required to simply index the blog to Google search results.

We only have to be patient for a few days or it could be more than a week for the blog to be indexed by itself

Meanwhile, for some cases, after waiting a few days, the blog does not get indexed by Google. When using the URL inspection feature in Searchconsole, the test results instead show a 5xx blablabla server error message.

overcome url error inspection

Even though it doesn’t immediately make the blog appear on Google right away, at least the URL inspection method via Searchconsole tells that the blog can be accessed normally without any errors affecting indexing problems.

Testing and request indexing have also stated that web results can be indexed normally and appear in Google search results.

do a digsc url inspection

Disclaimer : This tutorial is intended if it is difficult for your blog to be indexed by Google either manually or by requesting indexing on the Searchconsole page, using an indexer service and so on. That is, the blog settings are set to the default settings (make sure you don’t change the robot.txt settings)

If you don’t know what robot.txt is, that’s even better because it means you most likely left it at default

First, start with add property new in Google Search Console ( which differs from the addition of the previous property.

GSC now has 2 modes of blog verification. Namely through the Domain and via the URL. How to verify using a relative domain more than via URL.

Because I previously used By URL, now I choose By Domain.

register blog to searchconsole

The difference between the two from the most basic is how to install the verification code. If By Url by uploading the verification code to your web root file / in the blogger template to be precise under the code / using the same google account as the blogger owner

Whereas By Domain is done by adding a new Record in the DNS Manager where we buy and manage the domain (especially paid domains, not free subdomains, for example,

The second step, follow the method of installing the record and make no mistake. If there is an error, no need to panic, just delete the newly added record. Please first enter your domain in the Property Type column in the domain section. Then download or copy the verification code.

copy the domain verification code

After that, open a new tab in the browser and login to where you bought the domain.

But, if you use SSL and web security from Cloudflare, then the domain DNS settings are no longer at your domain provider, but at Cloudflare’s Dashboard and DNS Manager.

Steps for installing a TXT record in DNS Manager:

a. Go to DNS Manager settings or Manage your domain’s DNS

b. Add new Record, select it TXT

Fill in the column

fill in the domain verification txt

Return to GSC, then click verify

domain ownership verification

Make sure the verification is successful before proceeding to the next step.

c. On the GSC page, go to the Sitemaps tab

submit blog sitemaps

Usually, your sitemap link is :

d. Do a URL test

After submitted. Wait a few minutes to run a test to see if the error is gone or not. Process is required for GSC to process your request

Do a URL test

Continue to test incrementally, whether using Request Indexing or Live testing. Pause in each test until all green ticks are displayed.

submit urls to google

e. It’s finished. If the URL is in google. You only need to check it directly on Google after a few hours or the next day.

Make an easy check by adding “site:” in front of your domain.


check the blog index on google

Well, it’s quite easy isn’t it to deal with new blogs that don’t get indexed by Google?



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