[Support request] SEO | Google Webmaster Tools Not Indexing IDX Broker Pages2017-01-28T20:06:13+00:00

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  • Aaron Taylor
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    I am very savvy with SEO (new to IDXBroker) and our website is setup on a custom sub-domain. I have done extensive research on SEO within IDXBroker and have taken all the necessary steps including using saved links, adding custom titles & descriptions to all links and searches, ensuring listing pages are using dynamic titles, etc.

    However, upon uploading the sitemap to Google Webmaster Tools a few weeks ago, I’m noticing we are attempting to index around 35,000 URLS (which is insane) from the subdomain. However, as of today Google has not even indexed 1 of the 35,000 URLS.

    Is there something I am missing? The only thing I can think of is that when you go to the URL (subdomain.domain.com) it reverts to domain.com instead of redirecting to the advanced search page. (which is why when you try to “fetch as google” in google webmaster tools, it sends you a redirect error.

    Has anyone else had this problem? And does anyone have any ideas how this could be fixed?

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  • Nick Leech
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    What is the clients domain name?

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  • Aaron Taylor
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    The client’s domain is https://angelapappas.com
    The subdomain pointing at IDXbroker pages is http://search.angelapappas.com

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    • Dario Ferreira
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      That’s odd. We have several customer sites using similar set up with the sub-domain, and they have thousands of pages indexed.
      The only thing I can think off, is that the main domain is https and the subdomain is http.
      My customer sites have http for both.

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