I have never really focused too much on specific SEO recommendations. I felt if I took care of providing the visitors some value and good experience, Google would pick it up. Leading with that I have been simply typing discoflip.com in the browser bar and using it as I normally would. It always worked.
However, I noticed something odd. Google Analytics showed me that I got direct traffic and visitors from a few other websites. But the last visitor from Google was back in May, and only a couple total visits this year. I chalked it up to Google not liking DiscoFlip yet. But curiosity got the best of me and I took a peek in Google Search Console.
Here is what I found:
http://discoflip.com → In index, but last crawl was back in Oct 2020
https://discoflip.com → Not in index, never been crawled
LiveTest → Both versions fail
Request reindex → Both versions fail with the message: “Index Request Rejected - During live testing, indexing issues were detected with the URL” (screenshot)
To find out what is going on I searched for a SEO tool and came across Seobility’s redirect checker. I ran a scan and here is what I found: Adding WWW to the domain takes you to a database error page. So I went ahead and fixed it. Now all the redirects work correctly in the browser but the redirect checker says, "Incorrect target" for everything. Check it out - takes a min to finish scanning.
Google Search Console still rejects the reindexing request with the same error above.
If you know what is going on, let me know.
As a bonus I found tons of other issues that I should fix.
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