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- Help with Google Page Ranking
November 1, 2003, 6:29 pm
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added a simple shareware program to gain experience for marketing my
shareware on the internet. I use the term 'company web site' because when I
first created it and submitted it to Google, the information on the first
page was about the company only and it had a link to a product page showing
what software we ( I ) create. Based on information from other shareware
authors, I changed the site to be more focused on the product and not the
I changed the title of the first page and added information about my one
program and I have been bouncing between a Google PR of 3 & 4 (I suspect
because of the number of links back to my page). When I do a search for
"windows calculator" (what my shareware program is) in Google, my web site
isn't even in the first 1,000 sites listed.
My questions are;
Google has my old page in its cached memory. How can I change this?
The first paragraph on my first page tells what my company does. Can I keep
this where it is but hide it from the google bot?
Is it necessary to re-submit to Google or will Google recognize the changes?
What can I do to get listed in the first page of results when someone
searches for 'windows calculator' in Google?
Your help is very much appreciated.
Re: Help with Google Page Ranking
you can't - google will pick up the changes in due course.
That is the road to madness. You want to sleep at night? play with a
The google bot will never be a faithful mistress but she will make sure you
get yours. Be ready to welcome her when she comes-a-calling.
have a page, any page - it doesn't have to be your index/home page, that is
better optimised for that phrase than any other on the web.
William Tasso - http://WilliamTasso.com
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