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Just checking around on some of my results at various SE, and I was playing at AV. Never got too much traffic from them, so I don't spend a lot of time there...
Anyway, in the SERPS, you get:
www.URL.com • Refreshed in past 48 hours • Related Pages
More pages from www.URL.com
Only not my page! I get the Related Pages, but no Refreshed in past 48 hours or More Pages From XXXX! My site has easily a hundred thousand pages... over 40000 are in Google! (I just checked- Yahoo: 1 - 20 of about 14,600 total results)
I do not study AV, don't know much about it at all. So I do not know if this is some everflux sort of thing, or am I penalized (I do NOT spam keywords or anything... the site is VERY clean).
Is there an AV guy in the house?
I e-mailed AV tech support... got a kind of non-commital reply. Good news, the site is not in any way banned. But I still would like to see more than just the index page in the SERPS...
[edited by: seth_wilde at 3:46 pm (utc) on May 29, 2003]
[edit reason] Sorry, quotes from emails are not allowed [/edit]
In the meantime, if you really want to be included, you could try submitting your subpages to the free submit or check out their trusted feed. (I'd probably stay away from the paid submit)
My client has gone from top of the SERPs on AV to disappeared - completely. Searching for host:client.com or url:client.com or the name of his business yields NO pages from his site.
Last I checked rankings was about one month ago. So, we've disappeared in the last month.
Irony is that a new, clean site was launched mid-March. This was the site high in the rankings. (The old site had been banned in google and FAST and is still penalized in inktomi.)
Is this similar to the google everflux phenomenon? Or is something weird going on over at AV? Anybody know?
Eventually both DB's will pick you up but it can take awhile.
I would not do anything drastic but monitor it weekly and see if your site comes back in a couple of weeks.