I feel your pain! Google seems to be doing weird things with searches including "London" in the keywords. My site is at number 12 for a search on its exact name (widget + London). Number 3 I could understand as there are two authority sites use the name as anchor text in links but the other 9 all contain strings in the format "London ..some other text .. widget". The site is number 1 in both Bing and Yahoo. I really hope that the Bing advertising campaign gets some results!
Any change? I have found that for my niche searches involving the word London have been giving more relevant results in the few weeks.
From issues that I experienced at the time (early March) I still suspect that the way the algo handled a mega location name like "London" in a search was as likely to have been the problem as structural issues with the OP's site
Hello friends, i am facing the same problem with this site. This site is listed in google.co.uk, and i got hits from yahoo and bing as well, but did not get hits from google, i am requesting you please have a look on my website and please guide me..
[edited by: IanTurner at 7:47 am (utc) on Jul 13, 2010] [edit reason] REmoved site specifics [/edit]
Big city locations are a tough market. If you are combining big city name with a highly competitive keyword then you may have problems.
How are you positioned for key searches in the different search engines? Are sponsored links or local results/map pushing you below the fold? How competitive are your keywords?
You may just have to build a better site, you may just be in too competitive a niche. As I posted earlier, for my experience of the original problem G did something behind the scenes and things just got better.