Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Google losing it's touch?

Over the past few months, we've rolled out a new website for our product, FIT, at http://www.FitTrackingSolutions.com/

First of all, we're pretty much a Google shop... We're blogging on Blogger (owned by Google), and we exclusively use Google Adwords (vs. any other ad driven competitors) to promote this site, as well as links from a few blogs, and a press release.

However, Google seems to be slow to suck up and index our site... The numbers (as of Nov. 14, 2006)

Search EnginePages IndexedInbound Links
Live.com (Microsoft) 10565

Curious... We will definitely have to investigate a different engine for site search until Google catches up...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Discuss on other good forums related to your site interest .Add a signature link at bottom .Doing so ,it will effect your rank

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November 16, 2006 3:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi vineet,

You should optimize your site first before offering someone :)

November 23, 2006 7:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have you tried using the site map stuff google has?



December 31, 2006 12:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would interested to see if you are sandboxed by Google.
Google is getting very very slow to index, even when you submit a site for indexing/updating. About 3 weeks Plus is what I see.
Initially I did very well in the google rankings then I dropped off the face of the earth. Not even in the top 500! Whereas on MSN/Yahoo/AltaVist I am in the top 10. After researching the topic I believe I have been sandboxed by Google, which is google adding a timefilter to the rankings to devalue new sities for a set period, this is to combat MFA sites. I would be interested in reading your observations.

January 04, 2007 9:15 AM  

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