How to ping my WP blogg on WordPress.com
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Please note that “pingomatic” is built into every wordpress.com. There is no need for you to do anything at all. As soon as you publish your post pingomatic is automatically pinging for you.
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It does not appear that pages are pinged. I have added several pages to my blog. Since I have a Pages widget on the sidebar, the page titles are listed and can be found on Google’s search, but the actual content on the pages cannot be found on Google. Is there anyway to get “pingomatic” scan the different levels of pages?
I found my answer here:
2. When you publish a post, wordpress automatically “pings” all the major search engines to let them know you have published a new post so that they can index it. When you publish a page, wordpress does NOT “ping” the search engines. You will have to ping manually at a service such as pingomatic.com.
This is the link to the official announcement dates February 11, 1020
We send sitemap update notifications to major search engines every time your site content changes. Each post edit or approved comment results in a new notification. This update frequency is the preferred behavior of search engines interested in discovering fresh content without needing to revisit your blog unnecessarily.
If you have changed the structure of your blog from being Post based to become one that’s based on a static Page structure, then know that static Pages don’t have anywhere near the amount of Google juice that Posts do.
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