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very low on the search hit list
| 9:59 pm on Dec 22, 2002 (gmt 0)|
I'm afraid that my domain has been degraded to a very low position in the google search index.
I noticed this since one of the vhosts.mydomain.org got a much better position.
Could this be because of that I have a domain that opens the page in a frame without that the pages actually have the domainname?
Maybe my explanation is a bit confusing but I hope someone understand my questions.
Is there a way to see if my domain name has been degraded/banned on Google?
What do I do to get a higher position?
I have several domain names pointing to the same html-files (through frames) - is this bad for the position in the search index?
Thanks for helping me!
| 5:36 am on Dec 23, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Doesn't sound good... You may want to do a site search here on WebmasterWorld (link near upper left corner) for "google duplicate content" plus "penalty", "detection", and "filter".
Also, make sure your frameset page has a <noframes> section containing some content - text plus links to your most important pages.
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