Moved to the correct forum ie SEO and Search Engines
Thanks for properly relocating my post. I don't recall where I posted it, but I am sure this is a better forum.
I am wondering if it is related to one of the following:
1. # of hits (about 5 a day)
2. # of backlinks
4. political manipulations by connected lawsuit opponent.
1. Not likely at all. Google does not criticize a site for lack of hits. Are you referring to visits to your site, as detected to be originated from Google, or hits period? Google has no way of determining your total traffic, other than cross-referencing with alexa, which is not very accurate, period.
2. Very likely. It is not uncommon for Google to push a new site to top ten, then drop it later. This often happens when it sees high-level relevance, but then re-calculates other factors - i.e. # of backlinks. For this reason, highly relevant Blogs often go to top 10 for a week or two then drop drastically, favored by older, mature sites in theme with numerous backlinks.
3. Also likely - your in frames. Remember, I told you, your mainsite never scored, only your frameloaded page, the "main.html". This is not a good scenario, and at very least, your loader page (the frame) should reference a document called "antonio-vernon.html" instead of 'main.htm'. This might help build relevance. Choose your #1 term for this document name.
4. Very, very unlikely.
Drop the frames, and go with an SEO'd page layout.
Consider a static IP hosted account.
Make sure any dead pages (404) have a courtesy page to land on.
I have been told that Google recently maxed out its index at 4 billion pages. Any comments.
I see you haven't made any of the changes we suggested. You're not going to get anywhere by continually scratching your head and wondering what's going on. You've got to get in there and make some changes to get results.
If you always do what you've always done then you'll always get what you've always got.
So you suspect that the University of Chicago might have conspired with Google to get you delisted? That seems like a bit of a stretch...
I'm not going to answer the point you are making here. Rather I will tell you my opinion. Firstly, I doubt if google really index well framed websites. Think about how will google index when the keyword weapon is searched. Your website has weapon as one webpage however it is inside a frame page. The weapon page doesn't have any meta title, meta keyword, meta description. Why don't you make simple html website without using frame page. This is not going to help your site index.