Why Google Not index Website and Blogs and How to improve

Google Not index your Website or Blogs here is the best solution for your problem. Read this carefully & follow the steps.
Friends, There may be many reasons why your blog and Website is not ranked on Google. But mainly due to these reasons I explain in this post. If you follow above Method! I think you can gain some traffic from Google search engines and Rank your website. Website ranking very important. If your website not ranking on Google search then you can't get traffic and Make money by doing blogging even your blog approved by Google Adsense.

1. Remove noindex tags from blogger templates

Google won’t index pages or post if you tell them not to index. This is useful for keeping some web pages private. If you want index your blog and post by Google search engines please change it to index instead of noindex or remove this meta tags from your blogs by click Edit html <head> section after do that your blog indexed by Google
  • <meta name=“robots” content=“noindex”>
  • <meta name=“googlebot” content=“noindex”>
This is a meta robots tag, and it tells search
engines whether they can or can’t index the page.

Remove the noindex meta tag from HTML pages where it doesn’t belong.

2. Remove crawl blocks in your robots.txt file

Is Google not indexing your entire website? It could be due to a crawl block in something called a robots.txt file.

To check for this issue, go to https://www.pixelnatures.in/robots.txt
URL Chang with your Website URL

Look for either of these two snippets of code
User-agent: Googlebot
Disallow: /
User-agent: *
Disallow: /
Both of these tell Googlebot that they’re not allowed to crawl any pages, Post on your blog or Website. To fix the issue, remove them. It’s simple.

A crawl block in robots.txt could also be the culprit if Google isn’t indexing your blogs or websites. To check if this is the case, paste the URL into the URL inspection tool in Google Search Console. Click on the Coverage block to reveal more details, then look for the “Crawl allowed? No: blocked by robots.txt” error.

This indicates that the page is blocked in robots.txt.

If that’s the case, recheck your robots.txt file for any “disallow” rules relating to the page or related subsection.

3. Fix nofollow tag form Website html

Nofollow links are links with a rel=“nofollow” tag. They prevent the transfer of Website Rank to the destination URL. Google also doesn’t crawl nofollow links. Remove or Change the 'nofollow' tag from these internal links, assuming that you want Google to index the Web page or Blog
How to Remove or change?
Go to https://www.blogger.com and Login with your gmail Account. After Login Click on Theme>Edit HTML

Enter ctrl+f on keyboard, A search box open and paste this text " nofollow" find the text yellow highlighted and replace with text "dofollow"

Note: All free Templates comes with rel= 'nofollow' tag mainly used on social media Share botton like- facebook, twitter etc.

4. Make sure your Writing Content is valuable and unique

Google is unlikely to index low-quality content post because they hold no value for its users. implies that if you want Google to index your website or blog, it needs to be “awesome and inspiring.”

If you’ve ruled out technical issues for the lack of indexing, then a lack of value could be the culprit. For that reason, it’s worth reviewing the page with fresh eyes and asking yourself: Is this page genuinely valuable? Would a user find value in this post if they clicked on it from the search results?

If the answer is no to either of those questions, then you need to improve your content.

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