Thanks for your post, Tedster.
My stats (AW stats) shows frequently Googlebot activities on my site, but I can't actually see if there are any direct hits on my Home Page.
My Home Page is adressed as www.example.com -- and I don't adress it as either /default.asp or /index.asp
I recently have had such an issue [webmasterworld.com] a few weeks ago, due to a bad 301 redirect script, wich had the result that Google added my /default.asp to their index.
I solved (I believe) the problem by renaming my /default.asp as /index.asp and added the following in my robots.txt:
Wich should prevent robots from indexing my Home Page as /default.asp or /index.asp.
Yes, all of my internal links points at www.example.com when adressing my Home Page.
I have changed some of the tekst on my Home Page for about two weeks ago.
Thank you for your time!
[edited by: OutdoorMan at 6:57 pm (utc) on Oct. 29, 2006]