aakk9999 - 8:59 pm on Aug 16, 2013 (gmt 0)
From the SEO perspective, on the page displaying a frame (or iframe) the content of the frame does not count towards the content of the page, rather it is part of the page whose URL is being framed.
Looking at the code sample above, is this all that there is? I mean there is no <title>, meta description etc in the head section either? If so, what is the title of the page displayed in SERPs ? (exemplify the title please in your answer)
You say there are no backlinks, but I am wondering whether there possibly may be some as no backlink tool can show all backlinks to the page.
If there is no backlinks, no page title, no meta description, no other content than framing another page then I am also puzzled.
Is the domain perhaps an exact match domain (or partial match domain)?
Another question - the website which is in frame src, where does this site ranks in your search? Does it rank on its own merit for this query?
Another thought - there could be a site that has backlinks and is 301-ed to this site, this could perhaps be one possible explanation.
The code sample above is an example of frames and not iframes (inline frames), but in the context of member's question I think this is not important.