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  1. #1
    dwolf
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    Default version 9 and google

    I was using 8 for a long time and recently went to 9, mostly because of the
    improved code that it does... I don't remember the exact details of this
    improvement, but folks here said 9 has the newest standard for the web...
    okay with that said.. I'm not sure the timing here, but it wasn't too long
    ago when I upload my entire site from 9. About 2 weeks ago I noticed that my
    listing in Google has pretty much disappeared in my keyword searches, and
    even if I copy and paste a phrase from my home page it does not come up. I'm
    still in Google, that I know and in Yahoo I'm still doing great... I've been
    reading up alot on this.. some say just wait it out. Sometimes it just
    happens with google. But of course I'm trying to do all I can to get my
    listing back... Searches like Art Deco Desk, always brought me in on the top
    of the first page and does in Yahoo... but very very deep in Google.. Is
    there any chance version 9 could have something to do with this ??
    Any other advise on this.. I know there's always small tweaks that my site
    could use, but I don't think those tweaks are the solution... Of course I'm
    always open to any suggestion.. The last suggestion was Header, which I have
    not gotten to yet..

    Thanks Joel

    www.jlfurniture.com



  2. #2
    Guest

    Default Re: version 9 and google

    ..
    Google changed their indexing algorithm a few weeks ago. Was big news everywhere. http://www.clickz.com/showPage.html?...int&id=3624877

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    dwolf said:

    | I was using 8 for a long time and recently went to 9, mostly
    | because of the improved code that it does... I don't remember the
    | exact details of this improvement, but folks here said 9 has the
    | newest standard for the web... okay with that said.. I'm not sure
    | the timing here, but it wasn't too long ago when I upload my entire
    | site from 9. About 2 weeks ago I noticed that my listing in Google
    | has pretty much disappeared in my keyword searches, and even if I
    | copy and paste a phrase from my home page it does not come up. I'm
    | still in Google, that I know and in Yahoo I'm still doing great...
    | I've been reading up alot on this.. some say just wait it out.
    | Sometimes it just happens with google. But of course I'm trying to
    | do all I can to get my listing back... Searches like Art Deco Desk,
    | always brought me in on the top of the first page and does in
    | Yahoo... but very very deep in Google.. Is there any chance
    | version 9 could have something to do with this ??
    | Any other advise on this.. I know there's always small tweaks that
    | my site could use, but I don't think those tweaks are the
    | solution... Of course I'm always open to any suggestion.. The last
    | suggestion was Header, which I have not gotten to yet..
    |
    | Thanks Joel
    |
    | www.jlfurniture.com



  3. #3
    dwolf
    Guest

    Default Re: version 9 and google

    okay.. I read it through... So is there anything I can do.. will my site get
    back ?? What's a small business to do ??


    <gotFusion.com> wrote in message news:A921.1171668455.316@gfwebforum.com...
    > .
    > Google changed their indexing algorithm a few weeks ago. Was big news
    > everywhere.
    > http://www.clickz.com/showPage.html?...int&id=3624877
    >
    > --
    > Mike
    >
    > gotHosting.biz - Industrial Strength Web Hosting Solutions
    > ColdFusion, PHP, ASP, ASP.NET, MySQL, Access, MS SQL Server
    > Created for Fusion users by Fusion users with support in mind
    > http://www.gotHosting.biz Web hosting from someone you trust
    >
    > --
    >
    > dwolf said:
    >
    > | I was using 8 for a long time and recently went to 9, mostly
    > | because of the improved code that it does... I don't remember the
    > | exact details of this improvement, but folks here said 9 has the
    > | newest standard for the web... okay with that said.. I'm not sure
    > | the timing here, but it wasn't too long ago when I upload my entire
    > | site from 9. About 2 weeks ago I noticed that my listing in Google
    > | has pretty much disappeared in my keyword searches, and even if I
    > | copy and paste a phrase from my home page it does not come up. I'm
    > | still in Google, that I know and in Yahoo I'm still doing great...
    > | I've been reading up alot on this.. some say just wait it out.
    > | Sometimes it just happens with google. But of course I'm trying to
    > | do all I can to get my listing back... Searches like Art Deco Desk,
    > | always brought me in on the top of the first page and does in
    > | Yahoo... but very very deep in Google.. Is there any chance
    > | version 9 could have something to do with this ??
    > | Any other advise on this.. I know there's always small tweaks that
    > | my site could use, but I don't think those tweaks are the
    > | solution... Of course I'm always open to any suggestion.. The last
    > | suggestion was Header, which I have not gotten to yet..
    > |
    > | Thanks Joel
    > |
    > | www.jlfurniture.com
    >
    >




  4. #4
    Guest

    Default Re: version 9 and google

    ..
    When this happened last week a site I work with went from #4 to #11 (out of 70 million hits). I edited some text on the primary index page, added a couple more header tags here and there and now it is back to #8 (front page but not as high as it was).

    All you can do is provide good concise relevant content and see what happens

    --
    Mike

    gotHosting.biz - Industrial Strength Web Hosting Solutions
    ColdFusion, PHP, ASP, ASP.NET, MySQL, Access, MS SQL Server
    Created for Fusion users by Fusion users with support in mind
    http://www.gotHosting.biz Web hosting from someone you trust

    --
    dwolf said:

    | okay.. I read it through... So is there anything I can do.. will my
    | site get back ?? What's a small business to do ??
    |
    |
    | <gotFusion.com> wrote in message
    | news:A921.1171668455.316@gfwebforum.com...
    || .
    || Google changed their indexing algorithm a few weeks ago. Was big
    || news everywhere.
    || http://www.clickz.com/showPage.html?...int&id=3624877
    ||
    || --
    || Mike
    ||
    || gotHosting.biz - Industrial Strength Web Hosting Solutions
    || ColdFusion, PHP, ASP, ASP.NET, MySQL, Access, MS SQL Server
    || Created for Fusion users by Fusion users with support in mind
    || http://www.gotHosting.biz Web hosting from someone you trust
    ||
    || --
    ||
    || dwolf said:
    ||
    ||| I was using 8 for a long time and recently went to 9, mostly
    ||| because of the improved code that it does... I don't remember the
    ||| exact details of this improvement, but folks here said 9 has the
    ||| newest standard for the web... okay with that said.. I'm not sure
    ||| the timing here, but it wasn't too long ago when I upload my
    ||| entire site from 9. About 2 weeks ago I noticed that my listing
    ||| in Google has pretty much disappeared in my keyword searches, and
    ||| even if I copy and paste a phrase from my home page it does not
    ||| come up. I'm still in Google, that I know and in Yahoo I'm still
    ||| doing great... I've been reading up alot on this.. some say just
    ||| wait it out. Sometimes it just happens with google. But of course
    ||| I'm trying to do all I can to get my listing back... Searches
    ||| like Art Deco Desk, always brought me in on the top of the first
    ||| page and does in Yahoo... but very very deep in Google.. Is
    ||| there any chance version 9 could have something to do with this ??
    ||| Any other advise on this.. I know there's always small tweaks that
    ||| my site could use, but I don't think those tweaks are the
    ||| solution... Of course I'm always open to any suggestion.. The last
    ||| suggestion was Header, which I have not gotten to yet..
    |||
    ||| Thanks Joel
    |||
    ||| www.jlfurniture.com



  5. #5
    Nancy O
    Guest

    Default Re: version 9 and google

    Joel,
    Has your site structure changed since you migrated to NOF9? I mean, your
    art deco desk page is still on the same path as before, right? You have the
    same keywords, title pages. descriptions, etc in your meta tags?

    You added an xml site map. So that should help improve things in a few
    weeks.

    I know Google has made algorithm changes recently that have impacted not
    only your site but many other top ranked sites. I'm at a loss to explain
    why some of my sites are in the top 10 one day and down to top 30 on others.
    To make up for this, I've been spending more on Google keyword ads.

    http://blogs.zdnet.com/BTL/?p=4511

    http://www.imediaconnection.com/news/13717.asp

    Maybe Sheila Hoffman can shed light for us all. She's been taking an
    on-line class in SEO. Hello Sheila.

    --Nancy


    "dwolf" <jojodwolfnospam@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:er5cul$omv4@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > I was using 8 for a long time and recently went to 9, mostly because of

    the
    > improved code that it does... I don't remember the exact details of this
    > improvement, but folks here said 9 has the newest standard for the web...
    > okay with that said.. I'm not sure the timing here, but it wasn't too long
    > ago when I upload my entire site from 9. About 2 weeks ago I noticed that

    my
    > listing in Google has pretty much disappeared in my keyword searches, and
    > even if I copy and paste a phrase from my home page it does not come up.

    I'm
    > still in Google, that I know and in Yahoo I'm still doing great... I've

    been
    > reading up alot on this.. some say just wait it out. Sometimes it just
    > happens with google. But of course I'm trying to do all I can to get my
    > listing back... Searches like Art Deco Desk, always brought me in on the

    top
    > of the first page and does in Yahoo... but very very deep in Google.. Is
    > there any chance version 9 could have something to do with this ??
    > Any other advise on this.. I know there's always small tweaks that my site
    > could use, but I don't think those tweaks are the solution... Of course

    I'm
    > always open to any suggestion.. The last suggestion was Header, which I

    have
    > not gotten to yet..
    >
    > Thanks Joel
    >
    > www.jlfurniture.com
    >
    >




  6. #6
    dwolf
    Guest

    Default Re: version 9 and google

    Structure is exactly the same... Now if I could just tell the world... well
    people here in the US to just go back to Yahoo, then I wouldn't be
    concerned, but for now I am concerned..
    Please keep me updated on any new news or ideas ?
    Joel
    "Nancy O" <nancyoshea1@NOSPAMverizon.net> wrote in message
    news:er5fen$omv7@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > Joel,
    > Has your site structure changed since you migrated to NOF9? I mean, your
    > art deco desk page is still on the same path as before, right? You have
    > the
    > same keywords, title pages. descriptions, etc in your meta tags?
    >
    > You added an xml site map. So that should help improve things in a few
    > weeks.
    >
    > I know Google has made algorithm changes recently that have impacted not
    > only your site but many other top ranked sites. I'm at a loss to explain
    > why some of my sites are in the top 10 one day and down to top 30 on
    > others.
    > To make up for this, I've been spending more on Google keyword ads.
    >
    > http://blogs.zdnet.com/BTL/?p=4511
    >
    > http://www.imediaconnection.com/news/13717.asp
    >
    > Maybe Sheila Hoffman can shed light for us all. She's been taking an
    > on-line class in SEO. Hello Sheila.
    >
    > --Nancy
    >
    >
    > "dwolf" <jojodwolfnospam@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:er5cul$omv4@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >> I was using 8 for a long time and recently went to 9, mostly because of

    > the
    >> improved code that it does... I don't remember the exact details of this
    >> improvement, but folks here said 9 has the newest standard for the web...
    >> okay with that said.. I'm not sure the timing here, but it wasn't too
    >> long
    >> ago when I upload my entire site from 9. About 2 weeks ago I noticed that

    > my
    >> listing in Google has pretty much disappeared in my keyword searches, and
    >> even if I copy and paste a phrase from my home page it does not come up.

    > I'm
    >> still in Google, that I know and in Yahoo I'm still doing great... I've

    > been
    >> reading up alot on this.. some say just wait it out. Sometimes it just
    >> happens with google. But of course I'm trying to do all I can to get my
    >> listing back... Searches like Art Deco Desk, always brought me in on the

    > top
    >> of the first page and does in Yahoo... but very very deep in Google.. Is
    >> there any chance version 9 could have something to do with this ??
    >> Any other advise on this.. I know there's always small tweaks that my
    >> site
    >> could use, but I don't think those tweaks are the solution... Of course

    > I'm
    >> always open to any suggestion.. The last suggestion was Header, which I

    > have
    >> not gotten to yet..
    >>
    >> Thanks Joel
    >>
    >> www.jlfurniture.com
    >>
    >>

    >
    >




  7. #7
    Linda Gerfen
    Guest

    Default Re: version 9 and google

    This has been an ongoing problem for a lot of folks. You might want to read
    the threads at http://www.webmasterworld.com/google/ in addition to those
    mentioned previously.

    Good luck!
    Linda


    "Nancy O" <nancyoshea1@NOSPAMverizon.net> wrote in message
    news:er5fen$omv7@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > Joel,
    > Has your site structure changed since you migrated to NOF9? I mean, your
    > art deco desk page is still on the same path as before, right? You have
    > the
    > same keywords, title pages. descriptions, etc in your meta tags?
    >
    > You added an xml site map. So that should help improve things in a few
    > weeks.
    >
    > I know Google has made algorithm changes recently that have impacted not
    > only your site but many other top ranked sites. I'm at a loss to explain
    > why some of my sites are in the top 10 one day and down to top 30 on
    > others.
    > To make up for this, I've been spending more on Google keyword ads.
    >
    > http://blogs.zdnet.com/BTL/?p=4511
    >
    > http://www.imediaconnection.com/news/13717.asp
    >
    > Maybe Sheila Hoffman can shed light for us all. She's been taking an
    > on-line class in SEO. Hello Sheila.
    >
    > --Nancy
    >
    >
    > "dwolf" <jojodwolfnospam@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:er5cul$omv4@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >> I was using 8 for a long time and recently went to 9, mostly because of

    > the
    >> improved code that it does... I don't remember the exact details of this
    >> improvement, but folks here said 9 has the newest standard for the web...
    >> okay with that said.. I'm not sure the timing here, but it wasn't too
    >> long
    >> ago when I upload my entire site from 9. About 2 weeks ago I noticed that

    > my
    >> listing in Google has pretty much disappeared in my keyword searches, and
    >> even if I copy and paste a phrase from my home page it does not come up.

    > I'm
    >> still in Google, that I know and in Yahoo I'm still doing great... I've

    > been
    >> reading up alot on this.. some say just wait it out. Sometimes it just
    >> happens with google. But of course I'm trying to do all I can to get my
    >> listing back... Searches like Art Deco Desk, always brought me in on the

    > top
    >> of the first page and does in Yahoo... but very very deep in Google.. Is
    >> there any chance version 9 could have something to do with this ??
    >> Any other advise on this.. I know there's always small tweaks that my
    >> site
    >> could use, but I don't think those tweaks are the solution... Of course

    > I'm
    >> always open to any suggestion.. The last suggestion was Header, which I

    > have
    >> not gotten to yet..
    >>
    >> Thanks Joel
    >>
    >> www.jlfurniture.com
    >>
    >>

    >
    >




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