Initially I think it’s because the upgrade through the admin panel of WordPress. But today I tried to install WordPress via cPanel and prior to fiddle with any tooling I immediately checked the Settings menu – Privacy. The result was the setting block all search engines and robots.
Well, if you install WordPress via cPanel, rushed to the Settings menu – Privacy and make sure the option: I would like my blog to be visible to everyone, including search engines (like Google, Bing, Technorati) and archivers elected. If not immediately fox.
After that, you’re ready deh WP to be managed. Easy right?
BTW, why was that why regulated privacy?
If you choose the only option that is: I would like to block search engines, but allow normal visitors, then WP will automatically block all search engine robots. And consequently, even if your blog has existed for years, but none halamanya appear on search engines. But if you force it appeared to add a lot of backlinks, the result will not be maximized.
And if you feel your blog not too long though indexed and backlinks planted as well, so check this section as well.