Website's ranking vanished from serp suddenly

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Some days ago, I had faced some issue with my website. My wordpress website was showing its blog post as a html format. There was no theme for that time. Later, i had fixed that issue. But the problem is that my website is not now in serp. I have ranked well in serp for many keywords like document sharing sites, video submission sites etc.. It happened since my website was showing error. How can i get back those keywords in serp...
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris19h
    I would suggest signing up for google webmaster tools and really digging into the problem.
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    • Profile picture of the author taposh123
      Originally Posted by Chris19h View Post

      I would suggest signing up for google webmaster tools and really digging into the problem.
      You would like me to open a webmaster account........I have already a webmaster account and haven't found any issue from there....
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Originally Posted by taposh123 View Post

    Some days ago, I had faced some issue with my website. My wordpress website was showing its blog post as a html format. There was no theme for that time. Later, i had fixed that issue. But the problem is that my website is not now in serp. I have ranked well in serp for many keywords like document sharing sites, video submission sites etc.. It happened since my website was showing error. How can i get back those keywords in serp...

    What do you mean it was showing as HTML format?
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  • Profile picture of the author AndresNWD
    Actually Google reads your website that way so I don't understand what could've happened.
    So... this first question is obligatory: Have you checked analytics and Webmaster Tools to see if you have actually lost organic traffic?
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    • Profile picture of the author taposh123
      Originally Posted by AndresNWD View Post

      Actually Google reads your website that way so I don't understand what could've happened.
      So... this first question is obligatory: Have you checked analytics and Webmaster Tools to see if you have actually lost organic traffic?
      I checked already my analytic account......... Only 10-20 traffic....Every day i get almost 100+ traffic for my website........
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      • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
        Is it actually search traffic you lost or other traffic?

        You are never going to have stable ranking with a dynamic home page like that.
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        • Profile picture of the author taposh123
          Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

          Is it actually search traffic you lost or other traffic?

          You are never going to have stable ranking with a dynamic home page like that.
          Search traffic........
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          • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
            Originally Posted by taposh123 View Post

            Search traffic........
            Like I said, you have a dynamic home page which is going to make it difficult for your rankings to ever be stable. The more you post, the more you can expect them to bounce around.
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  • Profile picture of the author AndresNWD
    Have you checked your backlink profile in Majestic, Sitexplorer or similar? You could've lost an important link.
    Or it could be what Mike says, if your frontpage changes that much when Google crawls it will think it is a different page.
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