Reasons Why Your Website is Not Indexed On Google?

Reasons Why Your Website is Not Indexed On Google?

A study confirmed that by using a custom indexing checker on average 15% of the products are not at all indexed by Google.

The study seemed inevitable, and it was necessary to inspect the underlying reasons due to which Google is not indexing the products that should be readily indexed.

On the other hand, one can try using Google Search Console to find out detailed indexing issues and the number of pages that are ‘Crawled – currently not indexed’ or ‘Discovered – currently not indexed’. Although the information does not validate the issue, it is a good place to identify the concept that needs improvement.

Let’s take a look at why your site is taking forever to get indexed on Google Search Console:

Duplicate content:

Duplicate Content is often referred to as a replicated context that appears at two or more different URLs. It is important that your web page must have a unique URL, but it is also important that your website must showcase content that is not identified as others. Does Duplicate content cause any penalty charges? No, duplicate content does not have any penalty charges, but the repetition of duplicate content might affect your ranking negatively. Here are some methods you can limit the presence of duplicate content on your webpage:

  • Use a Plagiarism checker to avoid redundancy
  • Do not fabricate duplicate content altogether
  • Declare the duplicate webpage with Canonical tag

Speed Optimization: 

Google calculates the speed at which a site loads its content, according to which Google ranks the page. If your page content is not speed optimized, then Google might not consider indexing your page. Always speed optimize your page for fast content loading and premium Google indexing.

Website Score On Desktop 

Website Score on Mobile Device


It is an occasional behavior of a human being if someone asks you to redirect on “ ” webpage, and you observe that the webpage is either unsettling, interrupted, or shows error, then you are not sure that the webpage is not mobile friendly and cannot be indexed. Google only index pages that are platform-independent and provide uniform access through all portals. It is usual that not everyone has access to modern user interfaces in India now. Although, mobile is the first digital concept that became popular nationwide recently. This means the digital concept of laptops and smart tabs is yet to come. “Codeflies marketing and web development professional believes in energizing the world with digital Innovation to rebrand business values”.

Secure Website: 

Users often prefer to act upon secured pages as secure pages are not vulnerable to malicious activities like phishing, e-theft, etc. Usually, sites marked with HTTPS are considered to be probable trademarks for secure websites. Although these websites also refrain from the possibility of negative outcomes, users prefer HTTPS to be more secure as compared to HTTP platforms. A disorganized HTTP website is not considered secure for online transactions. Google by default indexes HTTPS webpages as they are based on a platform with more integrity and consistency.

Working Call to Action:

Your webpage must offer a functional call to action button. Without a non-functional or interrupted call to action button, it would be difficult for Google to track user behavior and consider the webpage to be good for nothing. A call to action button expects the user to take the desired action. If the webpage itself isn’t clear what step a user must take next, then the website will have to reduce the conversion rate. Later, it will be assumed by the Google Search Console that if the site does not have enough clicks, it will be referred to as a bounce site and will get discarded further.

Compatible Hosting: When many websites are attached to a host then those websites must not override the domain space. Sometimes when many requests are received by a host per day, there are several chances for a site to crash abruptly. Besides, poor loading speed leads to poor hosting. It is often referred for business propositions to acclaim dedicated hosting rather than shared hosting.

Core Web Vitals:

  • LCP(Largest Contentful Paint) – Loading

Largest Contentful Paint is referred to as the time taken by the page to show the largest          metrics, content, or image to the user in real-time, complete and ready for interaction.

  • FID(First Input Delay) – Interactive

It is a scale that measures the time when the site is ready for the user for interaction like clicks, response, and call to action. It is the time when all the content is loaded on the page and ready to receive any functional responses from the client-side.

  • CLS (Cumulative Layout Shift) – Visual Stability

Cumulative Layout Shift defines the unexpected shift of the page elements while loading. The elements can be images, content, headline, javascript, call to action buttons, graphics, etc.

Image Optimization:

Always use images that capacitizes along with your page speed. Don’t use high-resolution images as high-quality images slow down page speed and further impact page ranking. Try resizing the image size for compressed resolution and fast page load. Abrupt pages often get ignored by Google crawlers for indexing as Google prefers instant server response with definite conversion rate and informed analytics.

If you are looking for some real-time solutions to improve your Google Ranking via Google Search Console and optimizing techniques, then reach out to the Codeflies Professionals who are profound experts in stabilizing and optimizing page metrics according to Web Crawlers.

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