If your website’s URL is showing as available on Google Search Console but is not showing up on Google’s search results, there are a few things that you can try to troubleshoot the issue:
- Check for indexing issues: It’s possible that the page has not been indexed by Google yet. You can check if the page is indexed by typing “site:yourwebsite.com/yourpageurl” in the Google search bar. If the page is not indexed, you can request indexing through the URL Inspection tool in Google Search Console.
- Check your robots.txt file: Make sure that your robots.txt file is not blocking the page from being indexed by Google. You can check the file using the robots.txt Tester tool in Google Search Console.
- Check for crawl errors: Check for any crawl errors on the page using the Coverage report in Google Search Console. Fix any errors that are found.
- Check for manual penalties: If your website has violated any of Google’s guidelines, it may have received a manual penalty, which can cause the page to not show up in search results. Check for manual actions in the Manual Actions report in Google Search Console.
- Check for duplicate content: If the page has duplicate content or is very similar to other pages on your website, it may not be shown in search results. Use the Duplicate content report in Google Search Console to identify and fix any duplicate content issues.
- Improve the page’s relevance and authority: If none of the above steps solve the issue, it’s possible that the page is not ranking well due to low relevance or authority. To improve the page’s relevance, optimize the content and meta tags to include relevant keywords. To improve the page’s authority, build high-quality backlinks to the page from reputable websites in your niche.
If you have tried all of these steps and are still experiencing issues, you may want to consult with a professional SEO expert for further assistance.