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Sitemap Issue: Help Needed

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Hell, I ll be happy if anyone can assists.

I have 574 pages in my sitemap but only 59 pages have been indexed so far, I waited for days but up till now it has not increased, and I posts often.

I check a snapshot of Chris Graham's URL Parameter Settings, I followed it, but instead of increasing it decreased to 32 pages.

What do you thinks I should do.

Here is the screenshot of my URL Parameter Settings


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Talk to Bobs he had issues like this if I remember correctly. I think Google just sometimes is slow in updating.
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I only got around to submitting a Sitemap to Google this last weekend (Friday I think) and Google has still only crawled 245 out of 385 pages (so that's nearly a week later and it still hasn't crawled them all).

I would also ask if you are using a CDN?  If so, Google may be tracking your site under a different ID.  For example, my site is "www.bawiki.com", but for the CDN Google is tracking it as "bawiki.com", which is a different URL as far as Google is concerned.
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Just because your sitemap is submitted and crawled does not assure that your pages are indexed. To get a better idea, go to the Index status page in the Health section of Google webmaster tools and click the advanced tab - this will give you more information including the fact whether Google has chosen to not index a page.

I suspect that it is a case of Google simply not yet updating their index yet.

Bob
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