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Hope you're all having a warm October like I'm living down here in the deepest South of France. However, it's business as usual chez moi...and that means another headscratcher!
It's like this...I'm looking for a good Google placing on the first page of natural listings for a particular search. Lets say the search phrase is "Eating chinese food"
My site shows up on Google at the bottom of the page as:
Index 1 at Home at Eating chinese food
So I'm on Page One, but could do better. How do I get rid of the "Index 1 at Home" reference and get the 'Eating chinese food' to come first on the description and so move up the listing?
This is frustrating as my HTML title tag simply says:
Eating chinese food/Home
Sorry! I didn't realise anyone had replied to this query till today!
You are right. It must be a cache problem because I have clicked on the cache after a Google search and got a picture of the Home Page as it was before, cached by Google on 13 Sep 2007!
I need them to re-cache it. How do I do this? Surely not by re-submitting the site?
If you know G regularly indexes your site, just do what I suggested before. Make some minor change to the page as they look at update dates. One of my sites have pages where the content is dynamically generated through an XML file. So what I do is manually enter a "Page Last Updated" date on the page so there indication of some change. If you are using a site map, it does not hurt to resubmit it.