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  • I am puzzled as to why my site Cheap Medical Treatment in India at http://www.medicaltourismintamilnadu.com does not pop out for any keyward though it is near the top in Yahoo and Google.It is also indexed in Dmoz.The site has disappeared only now.Previously,it used to come first  for the keywards  Medical Tourism  in Tamil  Nadu
    Friday, January 11, 2008 7:22 AM

Answers

  • Hi,

     

    Each time we update the index, previous relevance rankings are revised. Therefore, you may notice a shift in your website’s ranking as new sites are added and others become obsolete.

     

    Although you can't directly change your website’s ranking, you can optimize its design and technical implementation to enable appropriate ranking by most search engines. For information about improving your website's ranking, see Guidelines for successful indexing.   Most website owners can see some improvements by doing basic white hat seo. I recommend ensuring that:

    1.      You have great content. 

    2.      Get your content noticed

    Ensure that you are not doing any of the following:

    • Attempting to increase a page's keyword density by add lots of irrelevant words. This includes stuffing ALT tags that users are unlikely to view.
    • Using hidden text or links. Only use text and links that are visible to users.
    • Using techniques, such as link farms, to artificially increase the number of links to your page.

    Often when sites are having problems it is related to something above, whether intentionally or unintentionally.

     

    Tuesday, April 1, 2008 7:04 PM

All replies

  • I have the same problem with my cheap calls site - http://www.callingabroad.co.uk. Previously it appeared on page 1 on MSN search for the string "calling abroad" and since the switch to live.com, it has disappeared. Could Mr. Andrick or ome of the team advise why the change in position. The site appeara high up in Google and Yahoo.

     

    Thanks

    David

     

    Friday, January 11, 2008 3:41 PM
  • Hi,

     

    Each time we update the index, previous relevance rankings are revised. Therefore, you may notice a shift in your website’s ranking as new sites are added and others become obsolete.

     

    Although you can't directly change your website’s ranking, you can optimize its design and technical implementation to enable appropriate ranking by most search engines. For information about improving your website's ranking, see Guidelines for successful indexing.   Most website owners can see some improvements by doing basic white hat seo. I recommend ensuring that:

    1.      You have great content. 

    2.      Get your content noticed

    Ensure that you are not doing any of the following:

    • Attempting to increase a page's keyword density by add lots of irrelevant words. This includes stuffing ALT tags that users are unlikely to view.
    • Using hidden text or links. Only use text and links that are visible to users.
    • Using techniques, such as link farms, to artificially increase the number of links to your page.

    Often when sites are having problems it is related to something above, whether intentionally or unintentionally.

     

    Tuesday, April 1, 2008 7:04 PM