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I have created lots of blogs via Blogger and deployed them on my paid domain, but after 2 years I switched to the free domain (2 years ago), for example: https://example.blogspot.com/ after using this free domain, my blogs are not getting indexed by Google. In Google Search Console, I can see the below report.

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I am not sure what is the issue. Please help.

Below are some blogs which are not indexed:

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    How long have you waited? Were the old URLs redirected? Can you give an example of a specific page you expect to be indexed but is not indexed?
    – RichardB
    Commented Jul 1 at 7:58
  • @RichardB it appears he switched 2 years ago.
    – Trebor
    Commented Jul 2 at 1:56
  • @RichardB I switched two years back. I have attached images of blogs that are not indexed. This is one example swatiguptablogs.blogspot.com/2019/06/…. How I can redirect old URL to new URL? Commented Jul 2 at 2:31

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The specific page you mentioned is probably not being indexed its because it's an exact copy of a page on another site (websparks.sg/create-sitecore-custom-admin-page).

With the other pages, my best guess is that without many decent backlinks, Google may be assuming that a free Blogspot page is likely to be spam (your backlinks tend to mostly be cloned pages hosted on websparks). Also, your navigation is poor (the hamburger menu is empty, for example), so the site is not very crawlable.

You can never know for sure with Google, but it seems that you need a few more signifiers that your site isn't spam/junk before they'll bother indexing a Blogspot page. Ultimately, your own domain name is one way to show that it's less likely to be spam.

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  • websparks is using only few blogs so I don't think so that could be a reason. Is there any way to index my free website? Commented Jul 4 at 7:51
  • Decent backlinks from relevant sites that aren't hosted on free hosting is your best bet. You've got to signal that your site hosted on free hosting has some quality to it.
    – RichardB
    Commented Jul 4 at 8:06

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