I appear to be completely invisible on google despite their search console claiming that I am indexed [duplicate]

I recently put the site for my web design business up on google. It’s been online for about two weeks and according to Google Search Console, has been indexed several times. Despite this, I can only find it on google if I type the actual url into google. Typing the business name verbatim doesn’t work, typing the contents of the meta description tag doesn’t work. The things that do come up are a worse match. I can type my business name perfectly and things that are off by one or more characters will show up instead. I’ve gone to the 15th page of google search results and found nothing. The google search console is even claiming that my page has 7 total impressions, with an average position of 1. I can’t tell if that’s just because of me typing the url exactly or if it’s actually organic.

Important Note: My server automatically responds with a 301 redirect to the https url when someone goes to the http url. Does the Google indexing bot mishandle this somehow?

Here is what the google search console looks like:

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I have a sitemap.xml and a robots.txt. Google search console claims that it has discovered my URL, as a result of the sitemap.xml. I don’t understand why it will only come up in google search when I type the exact url. The contents of the meta description and meta author tags have to be unique, and they still don’t bring anything up.

I should also note that I ran lighthouse on my site and got a 95/100 on the SEO portion.

Ready made android games / app on Google playstore

Why are you selling this site?

I'm selling android apps that already publish on google play , total i have 9 games and 1 Dating app for sell.

App build using unity 3d and android studio software.

Below list games with price if you want to buy single game :

1. Solitaire King (50$ )

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nadinestudio.solitaireking

2. Clash Tower Defense (50$ )

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nadinestudio.clashtowerdefense…

Ready made android games / app on Google playstore

Is it legal to use the APIs of Meetup.com, Eventbrite etc, to aggregate their event data into one place, similar to Google?

I have a predicament. I’m trying to build a platform that will basically be a place where all events, online/offline, are listed.

Initially – my platform will obviously have zero events, because nobody knows about it. And for anyone to use it – there needs to be events on there – classic chicken and egg scenario.

My thought was to aggregate events on to my platform (and link to their source), whilst also allowing users to create events on MY platform. Eventually, I’d be able to not bother listing events from other sources if mine gains enough traction. So, I am definitely competing with these sites.

Google is pulling data from many different events sources, and displaying it on their pages like so – https://www.google.com/search?q=events+in+london+meetup&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUA720GB740&oq=events+&aqs=chrome.0.69i59l3j69i60l3j69i65l2.4289j1j9&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&ibp=htl;events&rciv=evn&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiYtuPx2bLuAhU3REEAHaRkCZ0Q5rwDKAJ6BAgNEA4&sxsrf=ALeKk03Uj9jeI8lTj0__V-UWcgcv_pdFew:1611427139353#htivrt=events&htidocid=L2F1dGhvcml0eS9ob3Jpem9uL2NsdXN0ZXJlZF9ldmVudC8yMDIxLTAyLTAzfDE2ODA2NzEwNzgyNjAxNDg4MTQ2&fpstate=tldetail

The difference is, Google, I assume (?), is probably scraping the data rather than using APIs.

In the Meetup API Terms, it states:-

"Not use the Meetup API for any commercial purpose without the express written consent of Meetup;

Not undermine our commercial interests or make unreasonable commercial uses of the Meetup API, such as by substantially replicating our Platform or significant aspects of the Platform, to be determined in Meetup’s sole discretion;

While you may charge for any application you develop (subject to Meetup’s consent), you may not sell, lease, or sublicense the Meetup API;"

I know aggregating is a bit of a legal grey area but I wanted to ask for opinions on whether or not this would be legal, and if not – how the hell do I get any traction and users without having any content?

Note: This is in the UK.

I am creating backlinks with gsa SER but most are redirects from google, how do I uncheck that?

Estoy empezando a crear campañas, buenos proxies y captcha buenos. El problema viene que todos los backlinks tienen un redireccionamiento a la URL de destino. ¿Se debe a que el indexador rápido está activo o al tipo de enlace que estoy creando? ¿Cómo puedo solucionar eso? Gracias

Scrapping Google “reasonably” without triggering spam filter

My goal is to do some scrapes to get list of businesses per city.

I need to send about 500 emails per day, I use the inurl:contact to make sure that the results have a contact page, and then I extract the email address from that.

So I figure I might batches of about 2000 URL’s not sure yet…

Can I safely crawl 1000-5000 url results a day with the default proxies that come with scrapebox (using the option “harvest proxies”)

Google Analytics wrongly records events when using Internet Explorer

I’m a web designer and came across an odd finding. On our website, we track our contact form submissions using Google Tag Manager & Google Analytics.

I noticed that every once in a while the number of submissions recorded by Google Analytics is higher than the actual amount of messages we received.

So, according to Analytics, we should have received 5 submissions last week – when in fact, we just received 2 messages. (From this page: https://avinton.com/services/avinton-data-platform/)

The tracking setup seems to be correct (and has been correctly tracking submissions for over a year). So, I did a lot of digging and finally found out that all those "ghost" submissions were visitors using Internet Explorer. In December, we even had 2 recorded form submissions in Analytics, originating from pages without ANY contact forms on them! (such as https://avinton.com/blog/2017/10/clustering/)

While Internet Explorer totally messes up the page’s CSS, I successfully received my own test message. So the form seems to work, at least in my IE version.

So, does that mean some version of Internet Explorer wrongly fires events? Or did visitors actually try to send us a message which didn’t get through? Any suggestions on what to look at next are greatly appreciated!

google search brings wordpress post file name next to dns [closed]

Google search results are structured. SEO works fine, the only "complaint" is that URLs are displayed in search results. Actually it brings the wordpress post file name next to dns. I understand that the URL of a document is usually displayed in a search result in Google below the document title.

As per this: https://developers.google.com/search/docs/beginner/seo-starter-guide?ref_topic=9268559#urls-are-displayed-in-search-results

best practices include to use words in URLs that are relevant to your site’s content and structure are friendlier for visitors navigating your site, etc.

But can we somehow remove this path+file name?

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Google Search Console reports error for ‘noindex’ tag on sitemap

My sitemap is dynamically generated by Yoast SEO WordPress plugin, and is returned with noindex. I submitted the sitemap URL to Google Search Console, but it reports an error:

Submitted URL marked ‘noindex’

I checked with Yoast & other sitemap generators–they all mark sitemaps as noindex by design, to prevent them from appearing in Google search results. It logically makes sense, but then why is Google Search Console reporting it as an error? How do I reconcile this?