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This is because I am getting no hits from google for my homepage, but I am getting hits for my sub-pages.
With Ink, I don't even think it has spidered my site yet. All it is listing is the homepage. Anyone know how I can do an allinurl to see if it's even caught my sub-pages yet? The site has been up about 2 months and Google has caught and indexed all 60+ pages.
When Y! switches to Ink, I am concerned that I won't get as many hits to my sub-pages anymore. Hopefully, though, my homepage hits will increase as I'm ranking on Ink for my keywords...
Granted that will only submit the index page for spidering, but the rest are usually soon to follow. Also, maybe you should be safe and pay th $299 to hit the Y! directory. Can't hurt....
Ink is slower and as far as I can tell there are only two ways to speed up - pay for some key pages, which if they're good and rank well should pay for themselves in no time, or get the site better inbound linking from pages already listed with Ink.
For a fairly new site, Ink has had the main page but we just paid for 4 interior pages - it's not worth waiting.