Web Design and Development
So you’ve built your website. It has a nice user-friendly design and great content. Yet, visitors are few and far in between. Even worse, search engines don’t visit often to index your content.
Below, we address some common problems which may prevent or delay websites from being indexed by Google.
In most cases, getting Google to visit your website is just a matter of fixing the small problems listed above. Once done, be sure to resubmit your website. You should also be actively seeking out new opportunities to get inbound links. This includes requesting links from other websites, as well as submitting your site to various other search engines and directories.
In some cases, however, due to the sandbox effect, websites with newly registered domains may have to wait for an extended period of time before Google starts calculating its ranking.
For more information on why Google and other search engines may not be visiting your website see our article Why Isn’t My Website Being Indexed By Search Engines?.Tags: content, flash, frames, Google, links, load time, search engine submission, search engines, spam