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google search problem

MZ
Hello!

I have registered my web page on www.google.pl 7 days ago.

Till now my web page is not being found when I type a few keywords declared
in meta elements.
My web page is not being found even on the last position when i.e. I type:
"Marcin Zmyslowski Bydgoszcz"
on google search page.

Here are my meta:

<META http-equiv=Content-Type content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-2">
<META NAME="Author" CONTENT="Marcin Zmyslowski Kamyk">
<META HTTP-EQUIV="content-type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=iso-8859-2">
<META http-equiv="Reply-to" CONTENT="ma**************@poczta.onet.pl">
<META NAME="Description" CONTENT="Strona opisuje moje dotychczasowe
osiagniecia w dziedzinie programistycznej">
<META NAME="Keywords" CONTENT="Program do Listy Przebojow Lista Przebojow
Access programowanie Marcin Zmyslowski Portfolio informatyka Bydgoszcz Tyco
Electronics Delphi ASP PHP tworzenie stron www web Six Sigma PIK muzyka
sport Politechnika Poznanska Kamyk radio">
<META NAME="Generator" CONTENT="Notatnik">
<META NAME="Language" CONTENT="polski angielski English Polish">
<META NAME="Copyright" CONTENT="Marcin Zmyslowski">
<META NAME="Robots" CONTENT="All">
<meta name="verify-v1"
content="9jiWfKhDecldRhL+ZZrD3m8ZcG5azTs/omGquXJSnp4=" />
First question. Maybe I would have to seperate keywords by adding ","
between words?
Will it help ?

When I took look at log file I have the followings logs from google page:

Date: 07/Apr/07 23:08 - IP: 66.249.65.1 - host:
crawl-66-249-65-1.googlebot.com
Date: 07/Apr/07 23:10 - IP: 66.249.65.1 - host:
crawl-66-249-65-1.googlebot.com
Date: 07/Apr/07 23:10 - IP: 66.249.65.1 - host:
crawl-66-249-65-1.googlebot.com

Is it this google log which means that google robot visited my page?
Main question. Can you write me what I should do to make my page visible
after google searching?

Thank you for your help
Marcin from Poland
Apr 14 '07 #1
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Rik
MZ wrote:
Hello!

I have registered my web page on www.google.pl 7 days ago.

Till now my web page is not being found when I type a few keywords declared
in meta elements.
My web page is not being found even on the last position when i.e. I type:
"Marcin Zmyslowski Bydgoszcz"
on google search page.
This is not about PHP. Please send these kind of questions to
alt.internet.search-engines or another relevant group. They will BTW
instantly tell you meta tags are terribly overrated and for the most
part ignored by Google. Fill the site with content people are looking
for, get inbound links, and be patient.
--
Rik Wasmus
Apr 14 '07 #2
On Sat, 14 Apr 2007 15:34:56 +0200, Rik wrote:
MZ wrote:
>>
I have registered my web page on www.google.pl 7 days ago.

Till now my web page is not being found when I type a few keywords declared
in meta elements.
My web page is not being found even on the last position when i.e. I type:
"Marcin Zmyslowski Bydgoszcz" on google search page.

This is not about PHP. Please send these kind of questions to
alt.internet.search-engines or another relevant group. They will BTW
instantly tell you meta tags are terribly overrated and for the most
part ignored by Google. Fill the site with content people are looking
for, get inbound links, and be patient.
They will also tell you that 7 days is FAR too short a time for Google
to get around to crawling your site.

Apr 14 '07 #3
Rik
Allodoxaphobia wrote:
On Sat, 14 Apr 2007 15:34:56 +0200, Rik wrote:
>MZ wrote:
>>I have registered my web page on www.google.pl 7 days ago.

Till now my web page is not being found when I type a few keywords declared
in meta elements.
My web page is not being found even on the last position when i.e. I type:
"Marcin Zmyslowski Bydgoszcz" on google search page.
This is not about PHP. Please send these kind of questions to
alt.internet.search-engines or another relevant group. They will BTW
instantly tell you meta tags are terribly overrated and for the most
part ignored by Google. Fill the site with content people are looking
for, get inbound links, and be patient.

They will also tell you that 7 days is FAR too short a time for Google
to get around to crawling your site.
They'll probably say so, I said to be patient :-)
That's not to say you can't be indexed within 7 days, it's just highly
unlikely.

--
Rik Wasmus
Apr 14 '07 #4

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