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How is Google finding pages which don’t have any links to them?

How is Google finding pages which don't have any links to them?

How can Googlebot crawl and index pages that don’t have any links to them on my website ? I find each day two or three pages in the index that don’t have any links to them on my site. The pages are generated by the search field of my website . Danny, Bucharest, Romania

 
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25 Responses

  1. Cheatozi

    I blocked Search results in? robot.txt and Google Webmaster said that I have unhealthy issues on my site!!

  2. TaviYamato

    how can I make google give me an? iphone4s ? :((

  3. agapitoflores001

    Nice Googlebot! This is? very relevant to all users. Magaling!

  4. mr24bd

    Yeah Very helpful -? thank you, Lynn!? 🙂 I’ll be at SES NY and the SEO haters run rampant,? just focus on the positive folks!

  5. mr24bd

    Thank you so much Ali for sharing such precious tutorials with us,
    may be it took a long time for you to learn these things a huge search too. But you are guiding us from your? expirience very nicely.
    I have seen your all videos i really enjoyed will wait for next..

  6. madaraddeumiployolbc

    There is Trying to be naughty brides ? “benaughtyman.info”

  7. RackNineInc

    If the pages are generated by the search field of the website, then they? are linked to somewhat.

  8. mikegarde

    Your right, however I believe that when Matt mentioned robots.txt he was more or less referring to URL’s googlebot will discover by self-fulfilled forms and not from other sites.?

  9. binkilinux

    Lame!?

  10. purplefreak3

    “googlebot is very broke and don’t have a credit card” lmao best saying? ever!

  11. cosminx2003

    Simply because the search results? are sorted by their relevance

  12. CoolNiak

    Pas si? nouveau !

  13. MrJamesBond007

    Googlebot maybe broke, but? Google Inc certainly isn’t. 🙂

  14. ZoracKy

    Another case…? The user can search for something in your “search box”. Find an interesting result, copy the URL and post on Twitter.

  15. ZoracKy

    Another case…? The user can search for something in your “search box”. Find an interesting result, copy the URL and post on Twitter.

  16. Itay2221

    ???? ?????

  17. Itay2221

    ???? ?????

  18. Isdaron

    Right! Or from the Google Toolbar.?

  19. Isdaron

    Right! Or from the Google? Toolbar

  20. eurovlad

    All major browsers like FF, safari, chrome, etc, sent all urls surfed? to google. So all this video is wrong as he didn’t say main thing.

  21. sydneymonis

    And what about? The Google Toolbar acting as spyware submitting reports of websites visited for indexing purposes?

  22. takeallfree

    Matt which are those text you submit, ha? vae a ecommerce site. and spider has crawl the XAMPP etc folder..

  23. tubester4567

    How come when you do a search and get like 300,000 results, only the first 20-30 links are relevant and the rest? have no connection to the search query? Hmmm?

  24. heenan73

    Read the question: “How is Google finding pages which don’t have any links to them?” in THAT situation, robots.txt can work; robots.txt cannot? work *if there are other links* – but it CAN work where there are none. Which is what he said.

  25. SEOLEX

    It makes no sense to? me what you say? I’m not the one asking and not the one wishing to FTP content that should not be in the index… I’m only asking why Matt states that robots.txt can prevent it when he in other videos state the opposite. I think you’ve got me all wrong?