This is the number of pages on your website that are indexed by search engines. It's important to aim to have all of your web pages crawled and indexed by the search engines, as this gives you more opportunity for your website to be found.
A low number (relative to the total number of pages/URLs on your website) indicates that there is an issue, whether it's due to a bad internal linking structure, or you're unknowingly preventing search engines from crawling your pages.
Make sure your website's XML sitemap is present and you have submitted it to the major search engines. Building backlinks to your website's internal pages will also help bots to discover, crawl and index them, while building authority to help them rank in the search engines.
Check Google™ Webmaster Tools under 'Google Index' and 'Crawl' to keep track of the status of your site's indexed/crawled pages.
Your website doesn't have a robots.txt file - this can be problematic.
A robots.txt file allows you to restrict the access of search engine robots that crawl the web and it can prevent these robots from accessing specific directories and pages. It also specifies where the XML sitemap file is located.
You can check for errors in your robots.txt file using Google Search Console (formerly Webmaster Tools) by selecting 'Robots.txt Tester' under 'Crawl'. This also allows you to test individual pages to make sure that Googlebot has the appropriate access.
Great, your website has an XML sitemap.
A sitemap lists URLs that are available for crawling and can include additional information like your site's latest updates, frequency of changes and importance of the URLs. This allows search engines to crawl the site more intelligently.
It is also good practice to specify your sitemap's location in your robots.txt file.
It's important to only include pages that you want the search engines to crawl, so avoid any that have been blocked via your robots.txt file. Check the URLs to ensure that none of them cause redirects or return error codes. This includes being consistent with your URLs, for example, including your preferred URLs (with or without www.), including the correct protocol (http or https) and making sure URLs all end with or without a trailing slash.
Good, the URLs look clean.
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Get to know the technologies used for your website. Some codes might slow down your website. Ask your webmaster to take a look at this.
Web analytics let you measure visitor activity on your website. You should have at least one analytics tool installed, but It can also be good to install a second in order to cross-check the data.
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W3Cis a consortium that sets web standards.
Using valid markup that contains no errors is important because syntax errors can make your page difficult for search engines to index. Run the W3C validation service whenever changes are made to your website's code.
Use valid markup that contains no errors. Syntax errors can make your page difficult for search engines to index.
W3C is a consortium that sets web standards.
The Doctype is used to instruct web browsers about the document type being used. For example, what version of HTML the page is written in.
Declaring a doctype helps web browsers to render content correctly.
Your website is SSL secured (HTTPS), but the Common Name is set to ssl2000.cloudflare.com.
Your website's URLs do not redirect to HTTPS pages.
Your headers are not properly set up to use STS.
The SSL certificate expires in 6 days.
The certificate issuer is GlobalSign nv-sa.
- Use a serious issuer to purchase your SSL certificate
- Redirect all of your HTTP pages to the HTTPS version of your website
- Use a Security Token Service (STS) in your headers
- Renew your SSL certificate every year, before it expires
- Make sure that all of your content (CSS, etc.) is linked to HTTPS
- Update your XML sitemap to ensure the URLs include HTTPS and update the robots.txt file to reference this version
- Register the HTTPS website in Google & Bing Webmaster Tools
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