| 5:38 pm on Oct 9, 2005 (gmt 0)|
com'on pals reply on this ,,,, GOOGLE will not say anything to you :)
| 6:38 pm on Oct 9, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Well thats a big question, some of the following may get you going:
First thing to check is has googlebot has found you. Check your logs if possible to check that. If Yahoo has its likely that Google has too.
or easier to do, use Google to search for site:example.co.uk (with your site name instead of example) to check that Google is aware of your pages.
Next look at the physical location of your hardware is it physically based in your target area. Does it have the right county code code too, say www.example.co.uk for example for the uk. Sorry if thats obvious but your question was wide open.
Next how old is the site there may be a delay in google ranking new'ish sites. Try a search on 'google sandbox' for more on that.
Other possibilities are sharing tcp/ip address with bad neighbours, robot files telling google to go way, having duplicate content being banned/penalised for some reason.
| 12:31 am on Oct 12, 2005 (gmt 0)|
i checked my site in google search like
site:www.mysite.com but its not picking pages from my site, i have sign up somewhere so just pick that third site and show my site name but my original site is no where in the results?
why is this happening and what should i do now?
curiously waiting for your reply
| 7:38 am on Oct 12, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Try site:mysite.com as well if there's nothing there you need some links to your site to help google find you.
You could also check if you have a robots.txt file that disallows Google.
| 9:25 am on Oct 12, 2005 (gmt 0)|
i tried site:mydomain.com and it showed two results for my site, however with site:www.fastcreators.com it was showing nothing.
now the problem is i m on top on yahoo then y nowhere on google?