__/ [ John Bokma ] on Friday 05 May 2006 19:22 \__
> "scot.hicks@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" <scot.hicks@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> We created a new site, www.findctas.com and submitted it to Google. It
>> never appeared on Google. We then created an identicle site with a
>> different url, www.findacta.com and submitted this to Google. Nothing.
>> What do we need to do to have this not be invisible?
> submitting was something that worked in the 90's. Nowadays, try to get a
> few good (PR4 or more) links to your site. Preferable related links.
Someone in this groups once said that purely-irrelevant links (e.g. cars and
medicine) will not be count altogether. This sounds harsh, but it /may/ be
true. Depends on the search engine...
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