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Google Stops Indexing Blogger Blogs On Custom Domains | WebProNews

Google Stops Indexing Blogger Blogs On Custom Domains
Google: Temporary changes can occur

By Chris Crum · February 17, 2012 · 1 Comment


Google’s Blogger has had some issues where new posts on custom domains aren’t being indexed by Google.

Bloggers have been complaining about it, understandably, on Google’s Webmaster Help forum (via Barry Schwartz).

Apparently, Google initially thought it was happening as the result of normal updating, but Google’s John Mueller chimed in to say, “We hear from your posts here that these fluctuations haven’t settled down for some of you, so we’re definitely still looking into those details.”

“Fluctuations in crawling and indexing can be normal, and are to be expected,” he added. “While we work hard to make the processes as stable as possible, temporary changes can occur over time. In this case, it looks like we may have reduced crawling of some sites temporarily (this should be back to normal since several days though). You can see our crawling activity in your server logs, or in the Webmaster Tools “Crawl stats” section. If you have seen fluctuations like that in this time, keep in mind that it may take a bit of time for things to settle back down again.”


Well, for once... I'm glad that I didn't get around to doing something that I have planned on doing for a while now. Setting up my Custom Domain Name on my Blog!:)


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