Seems like my sitemap is tweaking.

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by deviance10, Jan 6, 2010.

  1. deviance10

    deviance10 Newbie

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    I have been trying to get my website indexed by google for a month almost and i am hoping someone will be nice enough to help me.

    I am currently running a auto blog on Gdaddy hosting on a cheap .com domain name. In google webmaster tools i am getting told

    "Your site is indexed as http://mysite.com/ not as http://www.mysite.com/. If you want to see all data for your site, you need to add and verify http://mysite.com/ as well."

    My website is not getting any visitors and is not getting indexed.

    I am just really lost :confused: and hoping someone could help me.

    Thanks!
     
  2. speakerguru

    speakerguru Newbie

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    I may be wrong here but as far as I know google hates autoblogging. I think it is OK to use auto blogging (in little doses) ONLY after you have established a number of posts with unique content written by yourself. It needs to have some level of authority. Sorry but I do not think there is any easy or lazy way despite what you read.
     
  3. pureoctane

    pureoctane Newbie

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    i have had the same problem on one of my sites a while back...forgot how i fixed it though. godaddy does try to set you up with webmaster tools automatically and inserts the goog!e file on your server.

    You can check the following
    - When you added the site did you type in www or not?
    - check your site map to see if www is on the urls.
    - go into settings on webmaster tools and force it to to display with www (preferred domain)
     
  4. j.sherwood

    j.sherwood Newbie

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    Let me start off by saying.... kinda new to this but I think http://mysite.com and http://www.mysite.com are the same thing? I would just stick with using ONE of them and use a 301 redirect on the other to point back to the one you are using.. just a thought?

    -j.sherwood