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this whole transfer from OLSB to 365 has been a headache from the start, being a novice with the technicalities.......after moving my domain name...i've verified the site with google but still cant find it on a google search.....have put in meta tags and have tried to set up a sitemap but microsoft doesn't support sitemapping so i understand...... i have customers unable to search for my website and my services and i cant afford (literally) to wait 4-6 weeks for google to crawl and recognize the website.
wondering if anyone has found an effective way of getting their site recognised by google within the course of a couple of days and not weeks....
Google will get to your site when they get to it. There's no way to expedite indexing.
Why do you think MSFT doesn't support sitemaps? It's actually much easier than it was in OLSB. Just upload the sitemap.xml using "open with explorer" or Sharepoint Designer and it will be recognized by Google.
That won't speed up anything but may help Ggl find all your content.
If you had a site indexed before you can redirect from old search results to your new pages by following the 2nd article here.
This is Justin with Microsoft Office 365 SharePoint Support. Thanks for posting your question.
Was the information in the previous post helpful to your question? I'm afraid mch is correct about the speed of indexing. There is no way to control the timeframe on how different search engines index and crawl sites. Please let us know your progress.
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hi thanks for response.
i have tried to find open in explorer in my sharepoint online library but cannot
find it there.
have also downloaded sharepoint designer but end up having create errors
when i try and view any content in my website through sharepoint designer.
as a novice i'm finding this quite frustrating!!!!!
pls help !
Creating the initial connection to a SP site can be frustrating and I don't know why it doesn't work better. The library tools are hidden in a P1 public site library, so you can try opening a team site library. If it opens navigate up to the public site (with the folder/green arrow icon).