google doesn't index website

Discussion in 'HTML' started by tmkctm, May 18, 2014.

  1. tmkctm

    tmkctm Guest

    I wrote a website and I went through the SEO article of google on how their bot is indexing dynemic websites.
    I worked hard to create HTML snapshots from my server as you can see for yourself here:

    You can see that you get an raw HTML containing only data, all the meta tags according to the article and exactly what google wants.
    Still... My website is not being index.
    I don't understand why.
    It has been more than a week and still I don't see results in google search regarding my site.
    even the term "seedrom" brings you somewhere else - my channel on youtube!

    I'm lost
    please help or direct me to a better group to place this query.
    Thank you in advance.
    tmkctm, May 18, 2014
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  2. tmkctm

    JJ Guest

    This is why you shouldn't serve the entire web page contents using
    JJ, May 18, 2014
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  3. Really? Disabled JavaScript in a browser and visit your page. What you
    see then is basically what Google and other search engines see.
    Jukka K. Korpela, May 18, 2014
  4. tmkctm

    se Guest

    Search Engines is not as fast on indexing websites as you might think. A
    week is too little.
    If a search engine finds your presentation valuable is an aspect you must
    take in
    consideration. You did not tell how you presented your website to
    google. -If you did.
    Do you established a google webmaster account where to present your website.
    I se no
    <meta name="google-site-verification" content="********" /> on your website.
    Go google on how to present your website to google and get it verified.
    se, May 18, 2014
  5. tmkctm

    se Guest

    And nothing, but javascript. Don't waste your time presenting this to any
    search engine. Use your time instead learning how to build a website in html
    se, May 18, 2014
  6. What made you think AJAX is involved?
    Jukka K. Korpela, May 20, 2014
  7. tmkctm

    Hot-Text Guest

    <META content='index,follow' name='robots'>
    <META content='15' name='revisit-after'>

    That after 15 days revisit
    Hot-Text, Jun 6, 2014
  8. Robots almost never pay attention to the revisit-after directive. The only
    one they most often follow is the no-index directive, and that is for
    behaving robots that follow the robots.txt directives.

    For the OP, the best thing to do is to have a valid xml site map available,
    and submit it to Google Webmaster. Most robots can handle a valid xml site
    Adrienne Boswell, Jun 7, 2014
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