My site is not appearing in Google

by preets 18 replies
My site is not appearing in Google for my keyword , all other pages are appearing but index page not coming.I have submited my site several time but same result.Pls suggest what to do ?
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  • Profile picture of the author Nicola Lane
    Do some article marketing - with the articles pointing to your front page - google will then index this pretty quickly.
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  • Profile picture of the author jensrsa
    Originally Posted by preets View Post

    My site is not appearing in Google for my keyword , all other pages are appearing but index page not coming.I have submited my site several time but same result.Pls suggest what to do ?
    Did a quick SEO scan with Web CEO:

    B. Main on-the-page factors influencing your ranking

    1. <HEAD> area:
    <TITLE> tag
    1. Your Title tag is not the first tag in the <HEAD> area of your page! Your Title tag should be placed before all other tags, otherwise search engines may overlook it which will significantly damage your rankings.
    2. Your Title tag has stop words! Words such as "and, on, a, the, for, to, about, are, that, were, by, of" and other auxiliary words are too common and search engines don't take them into consideration. By using a stop word in your Title tag, you potentially damage your rankings. A rule of thumb: the less stop words you use in your Title tag, the better.
    3. Your keyword is not present in the Title tag! Your keyword should appear at least once in the Title tag, but it doesn't appear at all. Put the keyword into your Title tag or you'll be unlikely to rank high.
    META Keywords
    1. Your keyword weight in the META Keywords is too low! When it comes to this tag, the higher the keyword weight, the better. Meanwhile, on your page, keyword weight doesn't come to more than 14.8%. Try to remove the least informative and least relevant keywords, thus increasing keyword weight.

    2. <BODY> area:
    Visible text
    1. Your page has too many words! Our research has revealed that the majority of top-ranked pages contain up to 1320 words. Your page has 1899 words. It is understood that copy is of critical importance to the overall results of your site--if this page already ranks high, we don't recommend slashing it. If your page is not alreadly highly ranked, try to remove some text from the visible area of your page known as <Body>. Doing so will help your page fit the recommended range of 113-1320 words.
    2. None of your keywords are in bold! The fact that you put a certain keyword or phrase in bold tells the search engine that you place an emphasis on it. Naturally it considers these words or phrases to be more important than those in regular font. We recommend that you put your key phrase in bold one or more times.
    3. Your keyword is too far away from the beginning of this page! Your keyword's prominence is only 0.0% while it should be at least 57%. If possible, move your keyword closer to the beginning of your page; this will greatly improve overall prominence.
    4. Your keyword doesn't have enough weight on your page! Your keyword should constitute at least 2 percent, while with your page it is only 0.0%. Increase the keyword weight so its value ranges within the boundaries of 2-10 percent. Also keep in mind the possibility of using different forms of your keywords. While ranking, search engines consider not only direct matches of keywords, but also their various alterations. For instance, for the query "web hosting," search engines will take into account the occurrences of such words as "host", "hosting", "webhosts" etc. on your pages. In addition, the modification of your keyword makes the content more user-friendly, so your page doesn't look like a readability puzzle stuffed with one and the same keyphrase. And remember: a good technique for writing page copy is to write naturally.
    5. Your keyword is not present at the beginning of this page! Early appearance of your keyword shows its importance in the context of the entire page because it is mentioned at the very beginning We recommend that keywords be placed in the first 50 words in the visible text of this page.
    6. Your keyword is not present at the end of your page! Your page will be more relevant if your keyword appears at the end of the visible text. To achieve this, put your keyword in the last 50 words of your copy.

    First heading on the page (H1-H6)
    1. Your page either has no <H1> headings, or has no text in the first heading on the page! It is crucial that your keyword appears in one of these headings. We also recommend that you put an <H1> heading as close to the beginning of your page as possible. Search engines traditionally consider text in the headings to be essential, and having your keyword there will positively influence your website's overall optimality.

    Text in links including ALTs
    1. Your keyword rarely appears in the ALT / TITLE attributes of text and graphical links on this page! Your keyword should appear at least once in text links, but it doesn't appear at all. We recommend that it be used in such links up to 6 times. You can easily adjust this number with your favorite HTML editor.

    ALT image attributes
    1. Your keyword is not present in the first 3 ALT image attributes on your page (or there are no ALT attributes at all)! If you have images on your page, put the keyword in one of these ALTs as they are considered more important than the rest of the ALTs on your page. Even though ALT tags haven't gained much importance with Google, the Yahoo! and Windows Live search engines pay much more attention to them.
    2. Your keyword frequency in ALT image attributes is too low! Your keyword should appear 1 to 3 times in ALTs on this page while it is found 0 time(s). You can easily adjust this number with your favorite HTML editor.
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    • That's very cool stuff, jenrsa, and kind of you to share it.
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    • Profile picture of the author WinsonYeung
      Wow, very detail SEO
      Nice work jensrsa


      Originally Posted by jensrsa View Post

      Did a quick SEO scan with Web CEO:

      B. Main on-the-page factors influencing your ranking

      1. <HEAD> area:
      <TITLE> tag
      1. Your Title tag is not the first tag in the <HEAD> area of your page! Your Title tag should be placed before all other tags, otherwise search engines may overlook it which will significantly damage your rankings.
      2. Your Title tag has stop words! Words such as "and, on, a, the, for, to, about, are, that, were, by, of" and other auxiliary words are too common and search engines don't take them into consideration. By using a stop word in your Title tag, you potentially damage your rankings. A rule of thumb: the less stop words you use in your Title tag, the better.
      3. Your keyword is not present in the Title tag! Your keyword should appear at least once in the Title tag, but it doesn't appear at all. Put the keyword into your Title tag or you'll be unlikely to rank high.
      META Keywords
      1. Your keyword weight in the META Keywords is too low! When it comes to this tag, the higher the keyword weight, the better. Meanwhile, on your page, keyword weight doesn't come to more than 14.8%. Try to remove the least informative and least relevant keywords, thus increasing keyword weight.

      2. <BODY> area:
      Visible text
      1. Your page has too many words! Our research has revealed that the majority of top-ranked pages contain up to 1320 words. Your page has 1899 words. It is understood that copy is of critical importance to the overall results of your site--if this page already ranks high, we don't recommend slashing it. If your page is not alreadly highly ranked, try to remove some text from the visible area of your page known as <Body>. Doing so will help your page fit the recommended range of 113-1320 words.
      2. None of your keywords are in bold! The fact that you put a certain keyword or phrase in bold tells the search engine that you place an emphasis on it. Naturally it considers these words or phrases to be more important than those in regular font. We recommend that you put your key phrase in bold one or more times.
      3. Your keyword is too far away from the beginning of this page! Your keyword's prominence is only 0.0% while it should be at least 57%. If possible, move your keyword closer to the beginning of your page; this will greatly improve overall prominence.
      4. Your keyword doesn't have enough weight on your page! Your keyword should constitute at least 2 percent, while with your page it is only 0.0%. Increase the keyword weight so its value ranges within the boundaries of 2-10 percent. Also keep in mind the possibility of using different forms of your keywords. While ranking, search engines consider not only direct matches of keywords, but also their various alterations. For instance, for the query "web hosting," search engines will take into account the occurrences of such words as "host", "hosting", "webhosts" etc. on your pages. In addition, the modification of your keyword makes the content more user-friendly, so your page doesn't look like a readability puzzle stuffed with one and the same keyphrase. And remember: a good technique for writing page copy is to write naturally.
      5. Your keyword is not present at the beginning of this page! Early appearance of your keyword shows its importance in the context of the entire page because it is mentioned at the very beginning We recommend that keywords be placed in the first 50 words in the visible text of this page.
      6. Your keyword is not present at the end of your page! Your page will be more relevant if your keyword appears at the end of the visible text. To achieve this, put your keyword in the last 50 words of your copy.

      First heading on the page (H1-H6)
      1. Your page either has no <H1> headings, or has no text in the first heading on the page! It is crucial that your keyword appears in one of these headings. We also recommend that you put an <H1> heading as close to the beginning of your page as possible. Search engines traditionally consider text in the headings to be essential, and having your keyword there will positively influence your website's overall optimality.

      Text in links including ALTs
      1. Your keyword rarely appears in the ALT / TITLE attributes of text and graphical links on this page! Your keyword should appear at least once in text links, but it doesn't appear at all. We recommend that it be used in such links up to 6 times. You can easily adjust this number with your favorite HTML editor.

      ALT image attributes
      1. Your keyword is not present in the first 3 ALT image attributes on your page (or there are no ALT attributes at all)! If you have images on your page, put the keyword in one of these ALTs as they are considered more important than the rest of the ALTs on your page. Even though ALT tags haven't gained much importance with Google, the Yahoo! and Windows Live search engines pay much more attention to them.
      2. Your keyword frequency in ALT image attributes is too low! Your keyword should appear 1 to 3 times in ALTs on this page while it is found 0 time(s). You can easily adjust this number with your favorite HTML editor.
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