still no pages being index RRS feed

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  • Brett, Hi

    Followed Andy's advice  en re untagged script. But to no avail. Still struggling, spending hours, with checking links, checking structure, checking images, checking, checking and more checking and talking to experts, and writing.  But all in vain.

    You advised waiting to see what happened and to get back to you. Here it is for  http://americanmadeyes.com/. 
    Only see one non existent page indexed.  I therefore can understand why Live Search cannot index any pages. I just copied this from my account.  The first entry, my home page,  was last crawled in January.
    The second one, the incorrect one seems to be the active one, having been crawled yesterday. 

    When I wrote about this non existent page, with an htmle extention, (never heard of one with an "e" on the end of it.) you said it would disappear when it was next crawled. Obviously, it hasn't happened.

    Here it is, below,  exactly as it appears. 

    americanmadeyes.comzz us 6/4/2008 No

    Am hoping the above info might help solve the problem.

    Thank you, Brett

    Friday, June 6, 2008 8:31 PM


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  • Hi,


    I show that we now have 162 pages indexed congrats! I also didn't see the htmle...


    Tuesday, October 14, 2008 3:16 PM
  • Brett, thank you. You are quite right about the indexing. As a matter of fact, at one point about a month ago the status report showed American Made Yes with over 600 pages being indexed. It then dropped to about 5 and then started going up again. I get the figures from two sources, the webmaster status tool and Marketleap. You can see the 600 plus figure on there if you look at the trend report.

    For my sanity, I have stopped worrying. On keyword verification, MSN and Live search include my site, usually on page one or two. 

    Incidentally, MSN and Live Search do a lot more sensible job with their search results than G or Y, showing a minimum of junk, old and dead stuff., etc. I use Live more and more.

    Anyway, thanks for all your help.

    The htmle is like a ghost. It appears and disappears on the status report. I now ignore it, since apparently it is a friendly ghost and does no harm.


    Thursday, October 16, 2008 11:01 PM