BrianHayesMusic - 3:06 am on Jul 11, 2013 (gmt 0) [edited by: ergophobe at 5:31 am (utc) on Jul 11, 2013]
Thanks for the responses! There's a lot to digest here but I will start by responding to some of ergophobe's questions.
Ergophobe, thank you for your detailed response and questions.
The purpose for having an agent friendly web site, of course, is so that agents can share my web site with their clients without giving them direct access to me. It's essential to have a web site like this when working with agents. The main way they will access this web site is by me sharing the domain with them directly. I was also considering having an "Agent Friendly Website" link in my main menu on my other site so that it could be accessed that way too. The site that I need to be recognized by Google, though, is not the agent friendly one but the other site, since with that site, I'm trying to promote myself without the help of agents.
Everything you see on these two sites, I built myself but since I'm fairly new to all of this, I'm still quite unfamiliar with much of the terminology. I don't know what you meant by "resolve" in the example you gave. (You had asked "Do those all resolve?".) You'd also asked: "How many pages has Google indexed?" I'm sorry to be such a new-be but don't know what that means either. I've also never "blogged" and am not really clear on that.
Is there hope for me or am I pretty much screwed?
[edit reason] removed personal URL [/edit]
[edited by: ergophobe at 5:31 am (utc) on Jul 11, 2013]