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I submitted it for google, and was visited on about Dec 11th by googlebot. Knowing that, I read threads on webmaster world, tweaked and tweaked, hoping I might get one more visit, added pages trying to be robust.... etc.
Now that I've read that the database has been updated, I look and see that I'm PR zero. Now this may because the PR hasn't been determined.... I don't know, but I believe so.
I search for my site and I don't see a cached copy of it on google, or in www2 or www3 either.
With so much going on, and so many things to consider about how the dance works... is this all I could hope for at this point; To get a visit, and wait for something to happen in a few months?
Or did I miss out this time, and there was a chance I could have been listed, got a PR ranking, and been on my way?
I'm confused on what I could have expected, or what the best/worst case scenario is.
I'd to understand where I stand now.
Crawl #1 = gray bar
crawl #2 = pr 0
crawl #3 = realistic pr :)
This has been my experience unless I am linked to a high PR page that gets freshbot often... then the process seems to speed up a bit.
Good luck... your time is gonna come... I would say to pass the time, build more pages and find more quality links.
I find it on www2 searching your domain without the .com
It seems Google cached 4 pages from your site. Seems like it should be more since you have a site map.
I'm in same situatuion though Google indexed and cached all my pages (small site), www2 shows them, they just haven't made it into the main DB yet.
My entire site is still greybar- PR0.
I'm waiting until the www2 results kick migrated into the main DB. i think you should wait a bit too.
yesterday, this popped up in my logs:
bandwidth: 786.89 KB
07 Jan 2003 - 13:25
Looks like I've finally been visited (i was visited before, but with only 4 pages) and maybe soon I'll be blessed with a real listing at google. Only then will I know how my seo efforts have been doing.
The burning question.... is this spidering part of this last dance, or is this the beginning of the next one?