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Could somebody tell me if Google can scan iFrames? grtz DragonEye The rule is, the simpler the code - the better it is for the search engine spider. I personally have no experience with iFrames. but there is a good article at http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/...l?tw=authoring that talks about it. I just dont have time to look into it right now. I will later. thanks. I don't use frameset anymore, but had in the past. They still exist on my site and are in Google. ---- After my </frameset>, I use ...
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Seems that I have been dropped from google. I could be banned ( I don't know why)... The question is I have submitted my site again for the next index will I be visited again ( I have incomming links)? Need some advice... I am new www.promote-mysite.com </nobr></font></font></font></nobr></font></b></nobr></font></nobr></font> Code actually found in that page... wow. :::In order for customers to find you, you must have prominence in the ...
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You guys gotta read this one for yourselves. The following is the actual chat that I saved from efnet last night with this guy who PMed me (please note that I changed both his nick and mine for obvious reasons)! Not completely sure, but this guy is either the Einstein of SEO, or a couple of cans short of a six pack ! <XXX> hey <clueless> hello <XXX> do you know anyone here that can help with a problem i have with google ? <clueless> whats the problem <XXX> all of my rankings ...
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<body bgcolor="#ffffff"> <table border="0" width="90%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"> <tr> <td width="22%" valign="top" align="center"><table border="1" width="110%" bgcolor="#336699" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" bordercolor="#000000"> <tr> <td width="100%"><b><font color="#FF9900" face="Arial" size="2">  </font><font color="#ffffff" face="Arial" size="2">White Text in a Blue table on a White ...
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Hello our company's website has a simple structure. Content is in 4 languages. English: www jansta lt Polish: www jansta lt /PL Lithuanian: www jansta lt /LT Russian: www jansta lt /RU I have made sitemap.xml for all these folders. For index.html priority is set at 1 and for other htmls, like services and contacts little lower... I have submitted all 4 websites to Webmaster tools, also submitted different sitemap for each of these sites... I expected to get something similar like if you google "webmaster ...
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...it seems. Ok, ok, I tried some optimizing myself and got kicked from Google it seems, so I must`ve done something wrong. So I redid at least my index page to get back in. But I want to learn: what did I do wrong? And will this reworking do? Here is the new version: http://www.erwin-friedmann-verlag.de/ Now this is what I did: Reduced the title to 59 characters Reduced the description to 144 characters Reduced the keywords to 987 characters Am I a good boy again now? I thought you can use as many ...
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Now that the results are more or less settled, I thought it may be wise to discuss some abnormalities and then perhaps extrapolate on changes in the algo.... Here is a first to get it going... On one of my search terms, I have dropped to #5 from #1. Now although that may not be too significant, what is confounding is: 1. I have a higher PR for that page than all the other 4 sites above. 2. Higher # and a higher quality of backlinks. 3. Page better optimized than the the other 4 for that term in terms of ...
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3 questions, if anyone has some insite, it would be greatly appreciated. 1. When we were listed in DMOZ, we were put into an "adult" category. We contacted one of the editors to question why we were put into this category. He agreed we should be moved out of the adult category, and in one of the regular "shopping" categories. We were successfully moved to a regular category. My question is, how long does it typically take before Google picks up on this? In Google, we still show as "Mature content". It has ...
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if someone links to your site and the page has a tag that tells google "NOARCHIVE" will the link count as an inbound link? I do not see why not. google just wont have a cached version of the site that links to you. but it still gets crawled. I use the <noarchive> tag for a variety of reasons. 1. If I am using Framesets, then Googles cache of a page would show a blank screen, which is not what I want. This is an HTML errot ans is most annoying. By not allowing Google to cache the Framset, you can ...
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