1. The total number of indexes

every day staring at the search engine to see how many pages it contains in the end is a matter of effort. In fact, even if your site is doing well, the number of pages that search engines include will often be

produces relatively large fluctuations. In other conditions unchanged, the only reason for the decline in the number of pages included is the drop in site traffic, unless you can find a better reason to prove the page

causes traffic to decrease or nothing to do with both. In other words, if you lose 30% of the page in the Google index, and the reduced pages do not bring traffic to your site,

can prove that the decrease in the number of pages collected is not the reason for the decrease in website traffic.

if your web site is divided into two categories, WWW and no WWW (for example: www.fcjjr.com and fcjjr.com), you need to redirect one of them to another URL (using 301 wrong

)

to redirect by mistake). Doing so will delay the search traffic in the short run and reduce the number of pages included (especially when the two sites are highly ranked). But in the long run, your site will be

benefits infinitely.

if you know which pages are no longer indexed, you can try to change the navigation structure of the page to make sure that search engine crawlers have more opportunities to find these buried

pages. In addition, check out the pages that are not included, whether they are repeated on other content on the site and similar to those on other sites. This is for some catalog

sites can be difficult because their content is primarily the marketing information of the merchants. In general, unique, user generated content (preferably with multiple internal and external links)

should not be ignored by search engines.

Last week,

, the search engine support provider Sitemaps.org, gave users another way to grab content from crawlers: insert your XML sitemap feed URL into

In

robots.txt, the search engine automatically searches for the corresponding address. With Ask.com also joining the search engine support list, XML sitemap is not always

for those

crawlers capture pages that will become crucial.

two, the number of internal links

each engine determines the method of linking is different, I hope every search engine on the number of links fluctuations can be stable and small, is unrealistic.

if you are sure the drop in traffic is inside the site link >

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