Msg#: 3467073 posted 6:17 pm on Oct 2, 2007 (gmt 0)
I was going to say sounds like a title tag problem, unless by accident you have two title tags. The other possibilities are your description tag or G is using a cached version. Check the tag and resubmit your site. At the very least, make some change to the page even if it is deleting a character then adding it back in so the page shows a newer updated date.
Msg#: 3467073 posted 5:09 pm on Oct 9, 2007 (gmt 0)
If you know G regularly indexes your site, just do what I suggested before. Make some minor change to the page as they look at update dates. One of my sites have pages where the content is dynamically generated through an XML file. So what I do is manually enter a "Page Last Updated" date on the page so there indication of some change. If you are using a site map, it does not hurt to resubmit it.
Msg#: 3467073 posted 11:03 pm on Oct 10, 2007 (gmt 0)
no need to submit to search engines they will come to you instead just have some good one-way links pointng to your site and if google has visited it before they will come index your newly changed website again, check out your logs for that.
Msg#: 3467073 posted 2:05 pm on Oct 11, 2007 (gmt 0)
Have something interesting on your site. Then start asking people to link to it. Getting links is a lot of hard work. Don't spam people. Use social networks, directories, and press releases. The key to getting links is having something worth linking to.
Msg#: 3467073 posted 2:35 pm on Oct 11, 2007 (gmt 0)
Asking for one-way links is quite sensitive I suppose, but maybe one way is to ask for this on one's own site. Would you recoemmend paying to be in any directories? Yahoo's, Google's or maybe Specialist?