Why Isn’t My Site in Search Engines? Google Webmaster Tools Will Tell YouJanuary 4th, 2010
A question that often comes up is why a website is not yet in search engines, or if it has been added to search engines, why isn’t it showing up for the keywords I want it to. These questions can be answered by looking at the data provided by Google Webmaster Tools. By creating an XML Sitemap file and submitting it to Google Webmaster Tools, you can quickly and easily learn the answers to this questions.
This article over at SEO Chat walks you through these questions in Google Webmaster Tools and helps you answer these important SEO questions.
Some of the questions covered by the article include;
- Why hasn’t Google indexed my website yet?
- Does my site appear relevant to Google for my targeted terms or niche?
- Why am I not getting clicks from Google?
- Has my website been hacked?
- Does my website load fast compared to other websites?
Pay special attention to the last question, how fast your website loads. This will become an important search engine ranking factor in early 2010. This has been confirmed by many sources already, that is why Google provides a site speed analysis test in their Google Webmaster Tools.
Of course, you can already be ahead of the game with WebCrusher, which will instantly speed up your website so it loads as fast as possible in all web browsers.