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Kolyn_Kryw 04-11-2008 02:59 AM

MY site disappears. Why?
 
My site used to be included by Yahoo, with more than 100 pages. In these few months, Yahoo removed most of my pages and only included a few useless links such as old press release and etc..

If I re-submit my homepage, it will get indexed again after 1 week, but after several days, it will be removed again!!

What goes wrong? To my understanding, we don't commit in spammy techniques such as hidden text, links, keyword stuffing, and etc...

:confused: :confused: :confused:

Please help.

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cpearson 04-21-2008 11:22 AM

Submitting you websites to search engines is a complete waste of time. The engines will find your site by spidering and following backlinks pointing to your site. Just concentrate on building quality backlinks.

cyclic 07-17-2008 07:30 AM

re-submitting your site will actually count as a negative against you.
What you do to ensure you are listed is this.
Make sure your site is relevant to the titles and topics you have listed it under. Then add new content, you will always rate better if your content chamges regularly and especially if added to regularly. A forum I run is consistantly listed high in the listing as there is constantly new content added. Also the point about linking is a good one, the spiders like to find you linked to other sites, but again it needs to be of relevance to your content. The way pages and content are ranked had to changed from the old embedded meta tags system as it was open to such abuse, people would use words which are popular search terms but had nothing to do with the content of the site, try that now and you wont even get listed. Just be aware that unless you were savvy enough to buy a domain name which people are going to search for, for you subject, it's gonna take a long time to establish a good rating. You'll know when what you're doing (adding content etc;) is working 'cos you'll have google bots and yahoo spiders constantly visiting your pages.

Trooper 07-17-2008 06:30 PM

What forum do you run?

cyclic 07-18-2008 06:49 AM

It's for my wife and did involve mainly gardening, lately she decided to support precription addiction and she's still playing around with things, but it's at www.witzend.net (our original housename for 20 years). You only get to see a small part of it until you register.

myesq 10-21-2010 08:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cpearson (Post 3657)
Submitting you websites to search engines is a complete waste of time. The engines will find your site by spidering and following backlinks pointing to your site. Just concentrate on building quality backlinks.

as cpearson say submitting your site in search engine is waste of time wait for crawlers to crawl your site and index it.


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