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Google doesn't track my Web page..what shall i do ?





cyberbuddy
when i enter my domain name in google it doesn't track my web page ...

my domain is www.prashant.tk

does Google track only high level domain ? like .com , . org etc etc...



thank u Very Happy Very Happy
shkhanal
Certainly top level domain names are more preferred but still subdomains too are indexed and displayed in search results.

To be listed in search engines the back links without 'No Follow' are counted great. Another way, you can register your site in google directly by entering your url.

We can't say how long will it take but in my experience it should list you in less than 15 days.

Try building up back links from the blogs, forums, comments where 'no fol' is not tagged for your url link.
distantship
i think the problem is the design of your site, your frontpage is like a blank page for google and google doesn't love that, you could try to type: site:yourdomain at google search engine, there is only one page indexed by google but it is not your frontpage and it is bad. cos if you are looking for ranking on google, you have to get google cached your main page. you could also check to by going your website, and then click "view page source" on the view column, you could see what google see your site, just a few keywords you want to rank for, but all of us know that google love content and on page seo, so, if your site keep looking like that i don't think google would love your site much, if I were you and looking for ranking for a few keywords, i would definitely change the design of the site, if not, I would recommend you to do extreme effort on SEO, like social booking, blog posting and article directories and submit to free directories as many as u could....just work on getting more backlinks, finally google would realise your site is popular and you should be fine.
Arnie
You may also just want to add some more content.
deanhills
cyberbuddy wrote:
when i enter my domain name in google it doesn't track my web page ...

my domain is www.prashant.tk

does Google track only high level domain ? like .com , . org etc etc...



thank u Very Happy Very Happy

I wonder whether Google checks on the "Website Under Construction" notification on your Website Index Page? Perhaps it has a policy not to track Websites which are incomplete? Why not delete "Website Under Construction" from your Web page and see how you do with that?
sketteksalfa
Read more in this SEO section. You will learn a lot from here. From editing your html, design and getting it marketed on social media sites. Theres a hell lot of thing to do actually. Search and read more about search engine optimization strategies.
rockacola
Google won't track http://www.prashant.tk/ since it consider this site as empty with content hitchhiked on http://cyberbuddy.byethost9.com/

Here you have 2 issues:

1. You doing your domain redirect incorrectly. Fix that (by creating a new topic).

2. Google is not aware of http://cyberbuddy.byethost9.com/ since it:
- has low traffic
- no one link to this URL
- (I believe) you did not submit your content to google
- and you do not have google analytic script, which is what you can use to monitor your traffic

Happy webby~ Cool
shkhanal
rockacola wrote:
Google won't track http://www.prashant.tk/ since it consider this site as empty with content hitchhiked on http://cyberbuddy.byethost9.com/

Here you have 2 issues:

1. You doing your domain redirect incorrectly. Fix that (by creating a new topic).

2. Google is not aware of http://cyberbuddy.byethost9.com/ since it:
- has low traffic
- no one link to this URL
- (I believe) you did not submit your content to google
- and you do not have google analytic script, which is what you can use to monitor your traffic

Happy webby~ Cool


agreed completely. Worth noticing them!
haseeb_siddiq
u can list ur url in google

they will then search ur site too
RadekPL
rockacola wrote:
1. You doing your domain redirect incorrectly. Fix that (by creating a new topic).

2. Google is not aware of http://cyberbuddy.byethost9.com/ since it:
- has low traffic
- no one link to this URL

Not strictly true (but I can see what you're trying to point):
1. It's not redirect - it's the iframe and Google... well, isn't particularly happy when someone is using that solution ;) Try to view the code - there's no content there, not a good start
2. Google is aware of any site once url was submitted which can happen in various ways (e.g. by putting analytics code, submitting address to search engine or even when viewing the website using browser with Google toolbar with Page Rank checker enabled).
Low traffic has got nothing to do with being indexed or not.
There's also no need for any links (see my point 2).

There's two options why your page isn't listed yet:
- Google cannot see the iframe therefore cannot see the actual page and 'think' as it is just blank page with no content
- It's still in the queue of sites/pages to crawl for the first time which is reckon is the reason of your site nonexistence in Google
riccopt
the page didn't load for me... maybe that is why google doesn't track your site...
rockacola
RadekPL wrote:
rockacola wrote:
1. You doing your domain redirect incorrectly. Fix that (by creating a new topic).

2. Google is not aware of http://cyberbuddy.byethost9.com/ since it:
- has low traffic
- no one link to this URL


Not strictly true (but I can see what you're trying to point):
1. It's not redirect - it's the iframe and Google... well, isn't particularly happy when someone is using that solution Wink Try to view the code - there's no content there, not a good start
2. Google is aware of any site once url was submitted which can happen in various ways (e.g. by putting analytics code, submitting address to search engine or even when viewing the website using browser with Google toolbar with Page Rank checker enabled).
Low traffic has got nothing to do with being indexed or not.
There's also no need for any links (see my point 2).

There's two options why your page isn't listed yet:
- Google cannot see the iframe therefore cannot see the actual page and 'think' as it is just blank page with no content
- It's still in the queue of sites/pages to crawl for the first time which is reckon is the reason of your site nonexistence in Google


I point out iFrame as incorrect redirect method is toward cyberbuddy's methodology rather than google's search algorithm. This reply will focus on point 1 only. Wink

To start with, souce code of http://www.prashant.tk/ is as follow:
Code:

<html>
  <head>
    <title>prashant.tk</title>
    <meta name="description" content="prashant.tk">
    <meta name="keywords" content="underconstruction,photographer,photography,prashant's,templates,prashant">
  </head>
  <frameset rows="*" framespacing="0" border="0" frameborder="NO">
    <frame src="http://cyberbuddy.byethost9.com" name="dot_tk_frame_content" scrolling="auto" noresize>

  </frameset>
  <noframes>
    <body>
    </body>
  </noframes>

</html>


I can safely assume that this is cyberbuddy's method to route traffic from his label (http://www.prashant.tk/) to his content (http://cyberbuddy.byethost9.com). Therefore I criticise cyberbuddy for coding incorrectly for SEO focus (eventhough there is nothing incorrect about using this method in programming aspect).

Like every other webbies, I do not have the precise fomular to google search's algorithm, but I make the following assumptions:
1. Google will treat data in iFrame as your content as long as it's a iFrame within your site
2. http://cyberbuddy.byethost9.com is considered as an external link to http://www.prashant.tk/. (Perhaps this can be fixed by using "rel" attribute)

If the above 2 assumptions are correct or close to correct, then the page http://www.prashant.tk/ will be treated as page of no content. Search engine will look at your content (which is none) and rated against the description and keywords you provide in your meta tag and will conclude with:
- this page has no content but a title call "prashant.tk"
- keywords of this page are irrelevant to its content


That's my 2 cents, feedback welcome Idea
sonam
I am not looking in your code but I think iframe is not problem. Many sites use iframes and they are listed in search engine. I think your problem is meta description/keywords and one sentence in your text.
Code:
<meta name="description" content="prashant.tk">

Try to copy here all important content parts from each page. This will help to search engine to find out what is on your site. Don't put same description in all your pages. For "About me" insert different, for "My album" different, etc.

In keywords
Code:
<meta name="keywords" content="photographer, photography, website">

write more words. How I know, you can use same kaywords in all pages (but "website" is really usless). Concetrate your keywords more strictly on content.

And on the end. If you know how search engine can follow any link, iframe, etc. then you must know how they also can see this sentence:
Web Page UnderConstruction!!!! Sorry For The Inconvenience.

Search engine translate this in "DON'T INDEX THIS SITE!" You cannnot see any under construction site indexed in searc engine. I think this is not at possible. Remove this as soon as possible if you are finish your site.

Sonam
gcaughill
distantship wrote:
i think the problem is the design of your site, your frontpage is like a blank page for google and google doesn't love that, you could try to type: site:yourdomain at google search engine, there is only one page indexed by google but it is not your frontpage and it is bad. cos if you are looking for ranking on google, you have to get google cached your main page. you could also check to by going your website, and then click "view page source" on the view column, you could see what google see your site, just a few keywords you want to rank for, but all of us know that google love content and on page seo, so, if your site keep looking like that i don't think google would love your site much, if I were you and looking for ranking for a few keywords, i would definitely change the design of the site, if not, I would recommend you to do extreme effort on SEO, like social booking, blog posting and article directories and submit to free directories as many as u could....just work on getting more backlinks, finally google would realise your site is popular and you should be fine.


Some good points listed here.

Site quality is very important.

Build a site with unique, quality content. One that people want to visit. Cannot say it enough.
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