Just curious about the nature of Google. I started a WordPress Blog aiming around low niche key phrases. I would get indexed within 15min as soon as I published one. As soon as I saw it indexed, I would do a search with that key phrase and check to see what the SERP was. It was usually on page 1 or 2. Then a day or two later, it seems that google de-indexed the page. Each page was typed by me and wasn't really spammy at all. I typed each page from my head, so the content wasn't duplicated. I have my title as my key phrase, keyword meta tag as my key phrase, description as my key phrase but with other words to form an actual sentence, and then I have my tag as my key phrase. In the actualy body of the blog, I would have my key phrase in the H3 tag first, and then type out the blog. I would stategically place my key phrase in the blog and bold it some times. What happened here? Also, what's the rule regarding duplicate content? I have the All in One SEO plugin and have the no-index checked for archives, category, and tags. I have my blog's home page as a static page so duplicate content can't be seen that way either. Finally, just a quick question. One blog that I did type received like 33 unique visitors, but I don't see any corresponding referral link or search term that could be associated with it. I hightly doubt anyone directly typed that into the browser. How did this happen?