| 11:10 am on Nov 24, 2003 (gmt 0)|
First of all 10 days isn't really enough. Give it time to deep crawl. If a month has passed, then you can start to worry.
|the links are dynamic url such as products.aspx?id=123 |
That might be a problem, using id as the paremeter could cause Google to think it's a session ID. Perhaps give it another name.
| 11:14 am on Nov 24, 2003 (gmt 0)|
As the previous poster mentioned, 10 days really isn't enough time to start worrying.
Also, just because you submitted your site to Google doesn't mean it's going to crawl every page or list you. I'd recommend working on getting a lot of incoming links, and wait a few more weeks before getting concerned with google.
| 8:28 pm on Nov 24, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Thank you guys. The site currently listed on google if I searched allinurl: mydomainname. Result: 1 of 1. It was listed on the third day after I submitted it. Probally I need to get more incoming links.
I have changed the URL from ID to PID or ProductedID.
I will be in patience to watch it.
| 1:01 am on Nov 25, 2003 (gmt 0)|
You may want to consider using an ISAPI.dll or rewriting your URLs (really, those are the same thing)... and it's good that you have 40 links on home page...
Try to have a good 10 - 15 on every other page too... I've found some neat new ways to get Google to gobble up pages even faster than before...
| 4:43 pm on Nov 25, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Good news! I have seen the first deep crawl yesterday!
My new website had been crawled by googlebot from 4 IPs yesterday! There were about 160 pages was crawled totally!