View Full Version : Analyzer says it's perfect...what gives?
09-17-2003, 05:44 PM
Am trying to list w/ search engines - it's been over a month and I still haven't seen any success. I've been doing this for a while so I can't figure out why it's not getting listed. The HTML analyzer I used gave me the green light for coding - never had this problem before.
Can someone look at it?
The owner designed the logo.
Give your opinion about the entry page listed here in this beta format: http://ccc.datastreet.net/beta/newindex4.htm
I thought your html looked pretty good too. The only thing you might want to do is take the script out of the head and body of the site. I thought your kws and desc were good and well thought out. I posted earlier at the following and it contains good advice frome several members:
09-17-2003, 06:07 PM
Admittedly, my poll response isn't precisely what I had in mind, just the selection was closer than the other two.
My browser automatically open to mozilla - which has a formating problem (style padding should fix this though).
Logos are not gimicks - a good logo makes a profound statement with few words.
Search engines - content and links! Developing more content means a greater chance of developing more links.
These two ingredients are interlinked - you can't get great ranks with good links, and you tend not to get good links without good content.
All the analysers, tips, tricks, and techniques cannot replace or help a great deal with the other two first.
09-17-2003, 11:33 PM
I wouldn't worry about it yet. Some search engines take up to 3 months before you get listed. It takes time when they are crawling millions of submissions daily.
09-19-2003, 03:33 PM
If you want a good idea how you will rank once inluded to google and such use Inktomi paid inclusion. It will run you 35.00 but the results will be easy to verifu within 72 hours searching MSN.
I always submit a url see where it hits with inktomi then I make my adjustments I can see how they have helped or hurt my sites withinh 48 to 72 hours. Very nice tool.
09-25-2003, 01:35 PM
Shortly after we spoke (speaking in posts...) 2 incredible things happened - One, it started magically appearing, 2 a salesman called and gave away all his secrets regarding rankings and 3) ok there are 3 - I took your advice and dumped the cute mouse rising bubbles.
The salesman was showing me his #1 site and didn't know that I knew to check the source...he mentioned that all engines are starting to rank more quickly when they are rated (i.e., G, PG, R, etc.,) and categorized, as well as a few more things...I tried it and it seems to be working.
Let me know what you think.