Support » Plugin: All-in-One Event Calendar » Repeating events and Google search results

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  • Sunny Lal

    (@sunny454)

    Hi @paul-hartman,

    The main event permalink is for all the repeats of the repeat event, and it displays the original event date, and it lists all the repeat ocurrances. This is by design. You are not doing anything wrong.

    Each repeat event in the front end of the calendar will have a unique URL/instance, as the one you provided:
    https://lakeroland.org/event/yoga-in-the-park-6/?instance_id=14792

    Google and other search engines will index your website and index your links as they become available and based on the content of the event and the algorythm used by the search engine or crawling bot. The contents of the event and publish date can also affect the listing rank.

    The first event created and published (the main event permalink) logically will be the first event URL indexed.

    Paul Hartman

    (@paul-hartman)

    Thank you. Do you know how far ahead Google will index repeating-forever events?

    Sunny Lal

    (@sunny454)

    Hi @paul-hartman,

    It depends on a lot of hidden factors and criteria which unfortunately I cannot answer. Basically as long as it’s indexed and the link is visible, the crawler will index and list the page.

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