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The department that Iím in contact with are somewhere in the ďmiddleĒ of the site and its not showing up on any serps what so ever, itís a dream case!
I would appreciate any experienced and qualified suggestions on what the best solutions would be in this situation. Should I build new sites under an other domain, optimized for the keyword pointing at their official site, or what?
Thanks for your suggestion. Donít know why but they are not to be found on any of their keywords/phrases what so ever, not any of the underlying directories are indexed, besides the home page. Its an international company and it have been around for ages on the internet.
They even have the <META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="INDEX,FOLLOW"> command tough it shouldnít be necessary.
Maybe the spider cant work it self trough the frames?
Donít know why but they are not to be found on any of their keywords/phrases what so ever, not any of the underlying directories are indexed, besides the home page.
Don't even think about a redesign, or doing anything for that matter, until you have worked that one out.
Check robots.txt and link structure (java links maybe?). Frames are inexcusible (IMO) but shouldn't stop the linked to pages within the frames getting indexed.
Ok, I eventually found some indexed pdf files down deep and some redirected frame pages.
Iíll see if I can manage to find the reason why the other pages aren't indexed.
If you ask me that would be the right thing to do but its an international company with offices all over the world and I only have contact with one department. I wonder if they would allow me to change the structure and rebuild the entire site, I doubt it! :) Anyway thanks for the suggestion.