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  1. #1
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    Did this site www.art-gallery.org 2.5 months ago.
    Submitted several times but still not in google.
    Anyone any ideas?

  2. #2
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    Google normally wont include sites before they are linked to from somewhere else. Submitting doesn't get you into google, it only makes google aware of you.

    But a quick search for your domain name show me you do have 5-6 incoming links.

    One is a guestbook signing, and another link is on a site with the words warez, crackz etc in the title. I also see some of them are cgi links. So maybe these wont count.

    Still you have a couple of other links, so you'll have to ask yourself when those links were added. If they were there before December 1, then you should have been in the index by now.If they were there before the last dance (January 1), then you will be in the index in two-three weeks.

    My advise, check you logs to see if googlebot has visited, and check that those pages linking to you are in google.

    -- Less is more --

  3. #3
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    Thanks for reply.
    Understand all that.
    Just found out the domain was used as a porno site before.
    Will this affect google?

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by mibut:
    Thanks for reply.
    Understand all that.
    Just found out the domain was used as a porno site before.
    Will this affect google?<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Ok. No, it shouldn't make a difference, but there's always the possibility of the dreaded google ban. Download the toolbar from toolbar.google.com, if you haven't already. Search the forum for toolbar and PR0 (pr zero) to learn more.

    This is how new-site-in-Google works:

    - Someone in the index is linking to you and Google becomes aware of you. At this stage the googlebot may or may not come along to visit a few of your pages. If he does it's normally a short visit to check that you're "alive".
    - Next step is the dance/deepcrawl. The update of the index (google-dance) happens once a month, lately it has been happening in the last week of the month. The dance is followed by a weeklong deepcrawl, and it's during this deepcrawl Googlebot comes to spider your whole site (you will see googlebot in your server logs, from ip 239.etc). The short moment between the dance and the deepcrawl is normally the last opportunity you have to add an url if you wish to get a page into the index in just 4 weeks.
    - Wait a month for the next dance to start. During this dance the pages googlebot fetched 3-4 weeks ago will be positioned in the index. When the dance is over the new index is copied over to the public servers, and you'll be in Google.

    So it takes 4-8 weeks to get in the index from the moment someone is linking to you. Sometimes it takes another 4 weeks (yet another dance) to stabilize.

    So check the dates in your log, Googlebot should have left his mark by now.

    NOTE: There is also a second googlebot, the freshbot, from ip 64.68.etc. This bot is visiting a selection of fresh and/or important pages on the web. Pages picked up by the freshbot appears in the index for a few days, then disappears, and this may happen even though the heavy bot haven't spidered the whole site. A page fetched by the freshbot has a date next to it in the google results, pages fetched by the heavy bot doesn't have such dates next to them.

    -- Less is more --

    [This message was edited by Cellophane on January 23, 2003 at 07:53 PM.]

  5. #5
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    Use archive.org to see if the domain was bad before you got it. It may have been bad and got spanked..... a new domain may be best, if thats the case... or kiss some butt

    But.. nobody in the pron business is bad, right?
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