Why are my requested pages not get indexed on Google?

Why are my requested pages not get indexed on Google?

In Tapita Page Indexing feature, you can request a page to be indexed by Google. Indexing can take up to a week or two; you can check the progress using this tool.
Some things to note when requesting indexing:
  1. Indexing typically takes two or three days, but can take much longer in some cases.
  2. Submitting a request does not guarantee that the page will appear in the Google Index.
  3. There is a daily limit to how many index requests you can submit. If you submit too many pages in a single day, Google will ignore the excess requests altogether.
Here are some typical issues that may result in your requested pages not getting indexed on Google:
  1. The robots.txt file is blocking the pages you want indexed.
  2. Your pages have the "noindex" meta tag.
  3. Your sitemap submited to Google is not up-to-date.
  4. Your pages contain thin, duplicate, or low-quality content.
  5. Your site has misused canonical tags.
  6. Server errors
If you are unsure of how to address the aforementioned issues, consider consulting the experts at Tapita SEO. We are currently offering content and technical services designed to maximize your website's chances of being indexed by Google.

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