For example, if your site resolves to, the Search Console report for without www will not return any indexed pages. If even this checks out (most common problem), then: Check if the site is generating search traffic on the Search Console's "Search Analytics" page. Test a few specific pages in your sitemap - if they show up in both Google Search and the Search Analytics Report, you can be pretty sure you're dealing with a bug in GSC. In this case, contact GSC via the webmaster forum and ask them to inquire. Advertising Continue reading below I have a year old website but no matter what I try to do (social signals, backlinks, search engine submissions, etc.) it is not indexed in Google.
What can be the problem? Thanks - Nikos A., Limassol, Cyprus Try the most obvious thing first. Make sure you're not blocking Google hair masking service with a robots.txt file or robots "noindex" meta tag. If you have Google Search Console, the easiest way to do this is to use the Fetch and Render tool. If you don't have GSC, get it, it's free - but try a publicly available tool like this by rexswain. If all is well, move on to these items: View your website in a text browser like Lynx or perform Fetch and Render in Google Search Console. Is there something in there? Keep in mind that some technologies (like Flash) are not indexable. If your website has no HTML content, it is unlikely to be indexed. Check that you are not indexed at all. Do a search in Google for where you replace with your domain.
Always nothing? Sometimes people think that just because they're not getting any search traffic, they're not getting indexed. It's not always the case. Make sure you search for your country domain. I noticed in your original question that your email address is a .gr (Greece). Be sure to search above on Google.gr. It's not that you can't appear on but that you are likely to appear on Google.gr first. Finally, check your log files (you can ask your host for a few days or a few weeks depending on your traffic level). Does Googlebot visit your site? If you don't see it coming at all, try doing a manual submission. Advertising Continue reading below If you see Googlebot visiting the site but you're still not indexed, that's a bad sign. Look at the Wayback machine to see if your domain may have been used for spamming before buying it.