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May 5, 2006, 5:58 pm
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submitting was something that worked in the 90's. Nowadays, try to get a
few good (PR4 or more) links to your site. Preferable related links.
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__/ [ John Bokma ] on Friday 05 May 2006 19:22 \__
Someone in this groups once said that purely-irrelevant links (e.g. cars and
medicine) will not be count altogether. This sounds harsh, but it /may/ be
true. Depends on the search engine...
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When did you created/submitted the site?
you have to create unique title tags for each page.
you have to get 1 site down(or at least remove it from Google's index)
because now you have duplicate content.
you have to create a sitemap
relevant links(R-E-L-E-V-A-N-T, PR-tool is not trustable and gives
wrong impression of real PR)
submit a press article
John Skilled Perl programmer for hire: http://castleamber.com/
It is very strange that you totally not appear in the Google index.
Duplicate content can harm your rankings but not get it removed from
There are very good directory's with good thrustable PR where you can
place your site. When you are placed in the directory and you don't
show up in index within a mounth there's something very wrong.
Whas it a new domain? Not used before?