On Tue, 03 Jan 2006 08:52:37 GMT, Big Bill <kruse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>On Tue, 03 Jan 2006 07:20:37 +0000, Roy Schestowitz
>>__/ [Carol W] on Tuesday 03 January 2006 07:02 \__
>>> On 2 Jan 2006 22:56:25 -0800, "Mahesh" <maheshugale123@xxxxxxxxx>
>>>>i am web master
>>>>need help to improve ranking and indexing of my site www.netland.in
>>>>to google search results.
>>>>i already added site to google and all other directories and search
>>>>engines also it come to the top in all other search engines except
>>>>what happen google even not indexing my site from last month. will
>>>>sombody give me solutions what i can do?
>>> I will assume that this site has links pointing to it from other
>>> sites... and if my assumption is correct then you may want to read up
>>> about something called Google Sandbox that is felt to primarily affect
>>> new sites. If your site is affected by this Sandbox then you can still
>>> work on the contents for ranking purposes but have to be paitent to
>>> see the results of those efforts showing up on Google.
>>You do not exist in Google's index.
>>I initially tried site lookup at http://www.yourcache.com/ only to reveal
>>that there was an issue.
>>Searching the following in Google
>>reveals that you are not listed. Have you got any incoming links? Forget
>>about submission to search engines. Any sex, pills & violence Web site can
>>fill out such Web forms. The forms do not help you stand out. Has Google got
>>a reason to exclude you?
>>Yahoo, by the way, has not detected /any/ links to your site (try
>>link:http://www.netland.in). In fact, it doesn't appear to have indexed your
>>site either. It's as though your site is still an 'island'.
>Or rather it was an island as now as it's been mentioned in here it
>should probably get listed ok. But if you can get other already
>indexed and thematically related sites to link to it then you should
> Home of gifts so shiny!
Java menu does not help either.
On another note, it is Netland or Netzland ?
Missing h1 and h2 tags
Fails on validation, but not on anything really serious.
You may want to have a non java menu at the bottom of the site so
spiders can at least follow them. It won't harm the site by doing so -
and will also help users having to go up to the top of the page each
I did see that you have a strange sort of menu at the bottom. I have
never seen a url like <a href="?s=home .....
hope that helps
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