in the Google search box and hit enter
Look at the title of the site in both the cached and uncached version.
Cached version: Delivering WWW and root resources.
Online live version: WWW-Toolbar | WWW trends and use.
I changed the title to the online version to assumedly please Google, since I assumed that Google did not like the cached version.
But the site is still showing
Google Custom Service Ads.
In the long run, It shall be interesting to see if the Ads are tracking normally.
Or does Google wan't to censor content byond our "titles" "meta" and "anchor texts" etc.
Could Google dislike this story that I mention at the bottom of
this article, namely:
"Agreement reached between Norway and the Russian Federation in the negotiations on maritime delimitation
The issue of the maritime delimitation between Norway and the Russian Federation in the Barents Sea and the Arctic Ocean has been the object of extensive negotiations over the last 40 years. The negotiations have now been completed, but some technical control work remains before the final treaty is ready for signature. After that it will be considered by the two countries’ national assemblies".
Google will of course never say what happened.
I assume the reason is the title of the page.
I thought of this, since the devel is in the details and there can be an error on the server, I will delete the site and reload it from my computer. So the link will be broken in the next few minutes.
Done and the problem remains the same.
Last edited by kgun; 05-16-2010 at 11:25 AM.
I think that is very interesting .... and I also wonder: since the title of evilrendmonkey.com has other colors in it .. could Google not see 'colors' as semantically related? What if the content was the same on both of them and all that was varied was the title tag and the domain? Doesn't everything else have to be equal to make the experiment accurate? What if you remove the text at the bottom with the domain name in it? That is content ... or added one instance of 'evilredmonkey.com' to icegal. Also, there are links from this thread to evilredmonkey ... which would sully the results, wouldn't it? I have removed those now, but it may be a long time before Google removes those links from its index.
I do recognize that the added benefit of having keywords in one's domain means that links to the domain will help in the SERPs, but if we are debating whether Google ranks the title more highly than a keyword in a domain, then I think the test has to be to sites without any backlinks, and evilredmonkey had two from this forum.
Do you think it would be possible to rank above amazon even if you bombareded your site with those keywords? Is there a difference between long and short run effects? What would happen when GoogeBot found that there is a domain http://evilredmonkey.com/ ?
Google ranks your website on the basis of some factors and keyword factor is also one of them.......