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How to keep my web page known with search engines like Google

Bhanu Murthy
Dear Friends,

I am not able to find my web page in google search, though I used META tags with content attributes ... etc.,

Can any body give me the line of code so that my web page gets a place over the search engines..Lot of stuff is in my web pages.

with great regards
Bhanu Murthy :)
Aug 28 '06 #1
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Banfa
9,064 Expert Mod 8TB
Have you submitted it for indexing? How long ago? It can take several weeks, months even to appear in search engines.
Aug 28 '06 #2
Dear Moderator,

Thanks for your immediate reply.

It is indexed very recently, a week ago.. As you replied.. I may see it after a month. Is there any way to make it fast..

thanks once again.. and with great regards
Bhanu Murthy
Aug 28 '06 #3
Banfa
9,064 Expert Mod 8TB
Only through paying money to have your site index faster. But I am not sure how reliable that is, I normally just rely on it getting indexed in the end.
Aug 28 '06 #4
How do you sumbit something for indexing?
Aug 29 '06 #5
Banfa
9,064 Expert Mod 8TB
Well for the sites I run the host has always provided a method to submit the site, normally through the control panel.

Most Search engines provide a method to submit a site, for instance Googles is at

http://www.google.com/addurl/
Aug 29 '06 #6
sanniep
48
Hello Bhanu,

Getting your website to show in Google isn't that easy. Steps to take:
- Make sure to have the Meta descriptions in your pages right. Google crawlers only pay attention to the meta description, not to the keywords.
- You already signed up your url for indexing, right on!
- Google's search result is also based on the number of links from other sites to yours, make sure your url is linked to from other sites as much as possible
- if you're desperate on having traffic use Google adwords to pay for clicks. Setting the right keywords and your maximum budget a day will get you your traffic.

Have you checked your result on yahoo.com and msn.com? They index 'old style'.

Grtz, Sander
Aug 29 '06 #7
Another trick is to have a link to your web site in your signature. These count as inbound links. It will also get you traffic from people who read your posts.

Good luck
Steven
Aug 29 '06 #8
Hello Bhanu,

Getting your website to show in Google isn't that easy. Steps to take:
- Make sure to have the Meta descriptions in your pages right. Google crawlers only pay attention to the meta description, not to the keywords.
- You already signed up your url for indexing, right on!
- Google's search result is also based on the number of links from other sites to yours, make sure your url is linked to from other sites as much as possible
- if you're desperate on having traffic use Google adwords to pay for clicks. Setting the right keywords and your maximum budget a day will get you your traffic.

Have you checked your result on yahoo.com and msn.com? They index 'old style'.

Grtz, Sander
Hello!!

In spite of my efforts done a week back, as you suggested, I am not finding my web page through search.. Let me wait for some time, till the crawler reaches to my page. Thanks a lot for spending your valuable time. You have confirmed what I have done is right.

with regards
Bhanu Murthy.
Aug 30 '06 #9
sashi
1,754 Expert 1GB
Hi Chief,

I am sure your hosting services have some kind of search engine submission services, do check with them. My hosting company provided the services when i signed up. Take care my fren.. :)
Aug 30 '06 #10

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