The structure of our angularjs site is like
/ /main /page1 ... /page9
/ is redirecting to
/main. So we have 10 pages and Google lists 10 pages like
www.ourpage ourpage/page1 ... ourpage/page9
We're redirecting away the
www prefix, so
www.ourpage redirects to
ourpage/main. Listing the former in the search results makes more sense and so far, everything looks good.
We're also providing a
sitemap.xml containing our 10 pages. On the page https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/sitemap-list, Google shows that 10 pages were submitted, but only 9 were indexed. I doubt it's a real problem, but I'd like to get some insight as others believe it could be a problem. The non-counted page is most probably the root page. I've tried three variants, each of them containing the 9 "normal" pages and one of
and resubmitted the sitemap, but nothing has changed. We always get 9 indexed out of 10.
Note that there's nothing wrong with our pages, especially the root page scores 97/100 in https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights and there are no issues.
- May this be a real problem?
- Can we solve it without providing replacing