Jul 27, 2023
Edit your robots.txt file and remove the line that blocks the URL.
Make sure that the page exists and is accessible. If the page no longer exists, you need to remove it from your site.
Firstly, determine whether the redirect is temporary or permanent then;
For permanent redirect: update your robots.txt file to allow the redirect.
For temporary redirect: remove the redirect from your site.
To fix this, either remove the page from your site or add new content to the page and resubmit it to Google.
Remove the ‘noindex’ tag from the important pages you want to index.
Select a canonical URL for the pages. You can do this by adding a rel="canonical" tag to the page that you want to be the canonical URL.
Firstly, identify the reason why the page is not being indexed. Take steps to fix the issue such as providing high-quality content, limiting duplicate content, and correcting technical errors.
There are many different types of server errors, so the specific steps to fix this issue will vary depending on the error. However, here are some general steps that you can take:
Make sure that the user has the correct permissions to access the page, optimize the structured data, and optimize your crawl budgets.
Ensure user permissions are correct.
Check the robots.txt file for Googlebot access.
Check the htaccess file for access rules.
Contact a web hosting provider if none of the above steps work.
Identify the reason why the server is returning a 4xx error and then take steps to fix the issue.
To fix this issue, you need to remove the page or cancel the request from the Page Removal Tool.
Identify the reason why the page is not being indexed and then take the following steps to fix the issue;
Check the redirect and make sure that it is working properly.