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March 2, 2004, 8:16 am
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crawler3, crawler1 etc.. are coming. But it doesn't look like that it
really updates my link pages.
I have updated my home page before 2-3 days and still waiting to get
it refreshed in google's cache. I am adding more content to the site,
in vain. because google doesn't even look at them.
I have interlinking to all the pages in my site. It is already listed
in dmoz.org also.
Also when I check for the keyword of my site, it shows junk sites
with forum postings totally unrelated.
My site is http://www.codersource.net . I have optimized the main page
for "win32 c++" keywords.
Can somebody point out the problems? (of not able get the other pages
searched and cache not getting refreshed in google)
Re: Google crawl
develop more of a site map and spread your content out. BTW, you are
listed in Google. Just type in http://www.codersource.net . You site
comes up. Seems like you site is fairly new, it takes some time to
get links and PR. If I was you, I would focus more on making my site
the best it could be customers. In my mind, that is the best way to
get you site to the top.
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firstname.lastname@example.org (Muthu) wrote in message
March 3, 2004, 1:02 am
Re: Google crawl
While your site is in Google, it appears that it is only the result of a
freshbot update, not a crawl. You can see if Google has crawled your site
by typing in "site:www.codersource.net" (omit the quotation marks). That
will show you what Google has spidered and by the look sof it, your site is
unspiderable or brand new to Google.
I agree with Kimberly in that you need to get in bound links...at least 30
in-bound links from pages that have a page rank of 4 or better. You will
see a major difference at that point.