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1- I created a sitemap and submitted through Google sitemap.
2- I changed all my internal relevant url's to absolute url paths.
3- I changed my parameter from?Id=346 to?property=346
4- I redirected my non www. to www. by permenant redirect 301
5- I have more back links than I had it before. (not much but still more than before.)
6- I am sure I am not doing the black hot SEO to my pages.
7- I see Unreachable URLs under sitemap Diagnostic area, but I already changed the url's more than month ago and they are not exist anymore.
8- I see URLs timed out under sitemap Diagnostic area, again those links are not exist nor in the sitemap or in our site.
2. Absolute paths - irrelevant I think.
3. "I changed my parameter from?Id=346 to?property=346"
It sounds like your site is DB-driven, which often means thin on content, identical/similar META descriptions, and various urls pulling up the same page.
Do you have meaty paragraphs on every page? How many words do you have per page NOT including anchor text and stop words?
"So what was the position before submitting the site-map, few pages indexed but no supplementals?"
about 20 pages were indexed.
"Change your dynamic parameters that is?property=346 to a static url through url rewriting script."
Our server is windows and it's not easy as apache server to change dynamic parameters to statici url's,
How can I redirect a not existed url from my website like "ID" ones To "property"
That's interesting DD, I've seen the site and IMO your in/out linkage could be seen as pretty low quality and not really meriting a proper indexing; that you appear to have fallen foul of the post BD linkage guidelines after submitting a Sitemap is the interesting part, IMO ;-)
Plenty, drop most of your outgoing links and get some decent ones in, start with a local listing in DMOZ/Yahoo UK&Ireland and then widen out to other Irish/UK directories.
Concentrate first on getting links for indexing rather than ranking purposes, so no reciprocals or US real estate link schemes.
trying to get listed with dmoz since last 11 months and no success.
Site is doing ok in Yahoo(45 listed and groving) and Msn (90 listed and groving)
should I consider reinclude request to Google, If I did what would be the negative side and what would happen to the 1080 suplemental results in [126.96.36.199...] google server.
Since you ask, no it isn't ;-)
You need to do more work on that site as IMO "as is" it wouldn't get into DMOZ; apart from the actual listings most of the content appears simply to have been copied, and having "property" in just about every internal link looks very spammy.
While you're working on that you could apply to some of the Irish directories whose quality control is less rigorous, there's only 3/4 that give "clean" links, Niceone and Irelandonthenet are two of them.
Google made some change to how they assign supplemental status around June 17. We've had a bunch of pages go supplemental - and we had not changed anything.