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“Discovered—currently not indexed” is a status that can appear in Google Search Console for a page on your website. It means that Google has found your page, but it hasn’t yet crawled or indexed it. This can happen for a number of reasons, such as:
- The page is new, and Google hasn’t had a chance to crawl it yet.
- The page has a crawl error that is preventing Google from crawling it.
- The page is not important enough for Google to index.
Why Choose Our Issue-Fixing Service?
We have over 10 years of experience fixing Google Search Console issues, including “discovered—currently not indexed” pages. We know what to look for and how to fix the problem quickly and effectively.
Our issue-fixing service includes:
How Does Our Issue Fixing Service Work?
Our issue-fixing service is a 4-step process:
- Audit: We’ll conduct a comprehensive audit of your website to identify “discovered—currently not indexed” pages.
- Report: We’ll provide you with a detailed report of our findings, including the specific reasons why each page is not indexed.
- Plan: We’ll create a personalized plan to fix the issues and get your pages indexed.
- Support: We’ll provide ongoing support to ensure that your pages remain indexed and that you continue to see positive results from your SEO efforts.
Frequently Asked Questions
A page with the status "discovered—currently not indexed" means that Googlebot has crawled your page but has not included it in its index. This means that the page will not appear in search results, even if someone searches for the exact URL.
There are a few reasons why a page might be crawled but not indexed. Here are some of the most common ones:
- The page is new, and Googlebot hasn't had a chance to index it yet.
- The page has low-quality content.
- The page has duplicate content.
- The page is blocked by a robots.txt file.
- The page has a technical error, such as a broken link.
If you're seeing the status "discovered—currently not indexed" for one of your pages, the first thing you should do is check the page for any of the above issues. If you can't find any problems, you can try submitting the page to Google for indexing.
The time it takes to fix a page with the status "discovered—currently not indexed" can vary depending on the specific issue. In general, it can take a few days to a few weeks for Google to index a page after it has been fixed.
The cost of fixing a page with the status "discovered—currently not indexed" can vary depending on the specific issue and the complexity of the website. In general, it can cost a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars to fix a page with this status.