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already 20 days my new domain is not indexed by G00gle

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by todor, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. todor

    todor Regular Member

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    I signed up a hosting with Just host on 21st of February and got a free domain with it. Already 20 days and my domain hasn't been indexed by G00gle.

    In the meanwhile I bought one domain from Godaddy and added it as an Add-on domain to my Just host... it was indexed on the second day.

    3 days ago bought another domain from Netfirm and again it took just 2 days in order it to be indexed.

    So what's wrong with my primary domain from Just host? I'm getting inpatient...
     
  2. black code

    black code Junior Member

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    1- Open this link:
    Code:
    http://marketingblogonline.com/autobacklinks/
    Paste the domain of the site you want to get indexed.

    2- Open an account at
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    http://identi.ca
    Login, go to your profile and paste the site domain. Save the changes. After that, click on your username, it will open your page, finally go to
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    pingler.com
    and ping it.

    You should be fine after that ;)
     
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  3. Autumn

    Autumn Elite Member

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    Get more backlinks and make sure the html of your new site validates with no errors.

    Show stopper html errors can stop you from getting spidered, even though your site can still render properly in a browser (because a browser will automatically fix broken html to a certain extent).
     
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  4. deki33

    deki33 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Just post your URL on few webmaster forums.
    Post like you want to sell site or asking for opinion about site design...
     
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    d4l1t0s Power Member

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    Just go here, paste your URL and keyword, choose number of links and look your website get's indexed in 24h or less. :)

    Code:
    http://www.imtalk.org/cmps_index.php?pageid=IMT-Website-Submitter
     
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    Scripteen Elite Member

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    If it is a wordpress blog, check privacy options in the admin panel making sure that bots can access your site.
     
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  8. todor

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    Well I have made about 30/40 BL and backlinkchecker (Yahoo) indicates about 15 of them, but I know that before G indexed your site, it's not recommended to build big amount of BLs, because it's not natural to G.

    Otherwise I validated my site with validator.w3 and it doesn't indicate errors.

    Any other advice on how to validate a website?
     
  9. todor

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    I have checked the Privacy option... it's OK
     
  11. Autumn

    Autumn Elite Member

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    Is the domain completely not indexed? ie. if you search for site:yourdomain.com, it comes back with zero pages indexed?

    You could try checking archive.org to see if the site has already had a previous owner (who might have spammed the site and got banned). Also check your robots.txt to make sure you're not inadvertently blocking spiders.
     
  12. bullseye123

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    Just get High PR backlinks, even 1 BL on a PR 7 website, will get you indexed usually within a day or 2
     
  13. HannahNg

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    You should do more SEO
     
  14. todor

    todor Regular Member

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    Yes, site:yourdomain gives zero results.

    Archive org doesn't give any results about my domain.

    robots.txt has just that in it
    Code:
    User-agent: *
    Disallow:
     
  15. 0_inspiration

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    Really interested in the answer to this.

    Having checked my new domain with the site:yourdomain thing and I'm getting nothing at all on google.

    Appears on the other engines though. Had a look on the archive and it ran no problems at all from 1999 to 2007, then appears to have been off the net for the past 4 years...
    However all thats on there at the moment is a Godaddy parking page.
    (I attempted to add the site to Adsense to Domains and was told theres a terms violation....) and it does contain something that might be considered someone elses trademark (but according to their policy it should be ok...).

    Am I right in thinking I've just bought a black listed site?
    (guessing I am... thing is the search term has about 1mil searches a month! Is it worth giving it a go on bing and yahoo if I am black listed with a search volume like that?, or would I be best off just flipping it to someone as foolish as myself?)
     
  16. todor

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    Hmmm,

    (Reading O_Inspiration case) It comes to my mind that when I checked yahoo link:yourdomain (which is the same as site:yourdomain for G), I got 35 pages for my domain, which don't exist...

    Obviously my domain has been owned by someone that ran a website in the same niche I do. I haven't applied for Adsence yet, though planning this and won't be surprised if there is a trouble with my old-domain history.
     
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    Theres an auto index list somewhere on the forum here for use with the scrapebox pinger, it will create a bunch of backlinks for you on sites like domaintools and alexa etc...
     
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    0_inspiration Regular Member

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    Hmmmm.... I'm really in two minds about all this now...
    sod it might as well just find a host that has a few free domains when you register, at least that way I don't lose anything if it is black listed :D
     
  19. Judge Smails

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    I think you might have gotten a blacklisted site too. Happened to me with one of my new sites that is still not indexed after 3 months. Google even rejected my reconsideration requests (WTF?) even after I explained to them I just bought this new domain and have nothing to do with the previous owner. I just gave up on it.
     
  20. _Chip_

    _Chip_ Senior Member

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    WOW ... i am amazed by how people are helping!
    Normally, all the time i used see people saying ..go use the search bar!