Causes of the Disappearance of Blog Sitelinks from Google

Cause of the Disappearance of Blog Sitelink from Google - What is clear is the relationship between blogs with Google webmaster tools, changes or changing the HTML code in the blog template can affect the conditions on google webmasters. Because google robot must analyze the template on a blog. this requires a process, it doesn't just happen right away. It can be between 1-3 days, so the Google Webmaster Tools dashboard displays the latest results, when we last replaced the HTML code in the blog template.
Causes of deapearence sitelink from google search page
This blog includes getting a quick sitelink from Google, in just 2 months, already getting a sitelink, only the Google that provides sitelinks to a blog, because sitelink cannot be created by the blog admin, even though an SEO master blog.


Only google determines when the sitelink will appear in Google search (Google search), if you want to delete it it's easy, just enter the dashboard of google webmaster> Search appearance>> sitelinks>> demote, enter the URL of the sitelink that has appeared and press demote, wait until 3 days, the sitelink that we don't want will be lost.

It is very regrettable, because to get a sitelink from Google it is very difficult, even there are some blogs that are up to months, just got a google sitelink.

I just remembered, after changing the meta description of this blog, I thought it was too long because it exceeded 140 characters, even though I only shortened the blog description, without changing the prefix on the description meta in the blog template.

In addition, I reduce the blog widgets on the side (histats and alexa), so that the blog doesn't load too much. But what's worse, I uncheck the blog author on the settings in the template layout. As a result, there is a missing update and missing author error on the Google webmaster dashboard.

After 3 days the gift sitelink from Google disappeared, both from google.com and from google.co.id. Usually just write "TechAshik.com" in the search box on google, this blog link site immediately appears. It is clear that the suspicion is to replace the meta description and eliminate the author's name, resulting in a Google robot re-analysis of the blog template. To check for missing updates and missing authors, you can enter the Structured data testing tool page of Google. Enter the URL of your blog there.

To prevent missing required field "Updated" and "Author", make sure that your blog template is installed as below, place it under the code <head>
<link href=’https://plus.google.com/xxxxx/posts’ rel=’publisher’/>
<link href=’https://plus.google.com/xxxxx/about’ rel=’author’/>
<link href=’https://plus.google.com/xxxxx‘ rel=’me’/>
Change which is marked with Name and About on google plus.

But if it is installed there is still a missing update and author error can use the code below, first search in the data template: post.hasJumpLink or
<div class = 'post-footer-line post-footer-line-1'>
After that put this code under it, so it becomes like this
<div class='post-footer-line post-footer-line-1′> <div style='display:none'> <div class='vcard' id='hcard-Author Name'>                   <span class='fn n'>                   <span class='given-name'>Posted by Author Name</span>                   </span>              </div>     <a class='updated' href='https://www.techashik.com' rel='bookmark'><data:blog.title/></a> Updated at: <abbr class='published' expr:title='data:post.timestampISO8601′><data:post.timestamp/></abbr> </div>

Change that is marked according to the identity of your blog.

Back up your template first just in case

If so, make sure to check back on the Structured data testing tool page, if there is no error, then it is correct. For the Google webmaster dashboard itself, the missing required field "Updated" and "Author" cannot be lost, as long as the test is done in structured data testing tools there is no error, it is no longer a problem.

So the conclusion is changing or changing the HTML code (including meta description) in the blog template will cause Google sitelink to disappear, this usually happens when we just got a sitelink from Google, so you should not first edit your blog template if you only get a site link from google, let it run for up to 1 month. Because to restore google sitelink takes a long time.

Thank God, in about 1 month, the sitelink from Google for this blog has reappeared, both in writing (TechAshik.com) in the google.co.id search box and in google.com. Hopefully the experience of the Cause of the Lost Sitelink Blog from Google can be useful for you.

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