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Why Doesn’t My Site Show Up in the Search Engines?

Posted by Avasoft Team | Posted in Site Traffic | Posted on 17-06-2011

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Having your site indexed is the only way your customers will be able to find you through the search engines. So what does it mean to have your site indexed? It basically means that the major search engines have discovered it and stored a listing of the site’s keywords to use as a reference directory. Google, Yahoo! and the other major search engines all send out their web crawlers on a regular basis to search for new websites that they haven’t found before. These crawlers take note of the keywords that are used on the sites so that they can direct search engine users to places that have information on the topics they are searching.

If your site is very new, then it probably won’t be indexed yet because the search engines simply haven’t found it yet. The search engines have a way of finding your site on their own. You could also choose to take a few minutes and simple report your site to the three top search engines: Google, Yahoo!, and Bing.