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    Having A Problem Getting Indexed


    Hi People,

    It's me again. I am sorry, it seems like I have pasted the links on this thread. SEO Chat doesn't allow this so I modified the post. The new post is below.

    I am having an issue getting links indexed on my website. The website is 2hotnsexy.com.

    Now, the homepage was indexed in Google about 6 months ago. I think I am still in the sandbox. I have many incoming links to many of the pages within my website. I currently have a PR3 on the homepage, and all other incoming links I have pointing to on the inner pages of my website are indexed on Google.

    Incoming links from other websites that I have pointing to 2hotnsexy.com. I can't list the exact links so I will just put the buttons that are on our homepage. Those are the only links that Google has indexed. The names of the buttons are below:

    Independent Escort
    Strip Clubs
    Independent Massage
    Escort Agency
    Swingers
    Massage Parlors

    Now, all these pages have incoming links from other websites pointing to these pages. These pages on my website all have also a PR3 along with the homepage.

    I have many other links on my homepage that are not indexed at all except for 6 links, in which the headings are listed above because I can't list the url's within SEO Chat. I have about 150 other links on my homepage that are not getting indexed. I think a PR3 should spider alot more links (right) instead of 6 links.

    So, my question is. Am I in the sandbox and is Google just spidering pages on my website that have incoming links to.

    Do I have some sort of penalty?

    If I am in the sandbox, when will Google recongize my website as an authority site?

    We are working very hard to get more incoming links and we are getting many every week. Still, no links other links are being indexed except for 6.

    Any suggestions to help would be great. Thank you.
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    I see most of the pages into supplemental index.. Did you mod-rewritted the URL`s? If yes, then you could have established a 301 redirect from old pages to new ones..

    http://www.google.com/search?q=site:www.2hotnsexy.com&hl=en&lr=&rls=GGLD ,GGLD:2006-22,GGLD:en&start=60&sa=N&filter=0

    Quite a mnay pages have same title and meta description..changing them to unique will help..

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    Where Are you Seeing This


    This was done 6 months ago. These were the URL's that were used when developing this website. So, this way there is no need for 301 redirect. Any information would help.

    Originally Posted by lovekills_s
    I see most of the pages into supplemental index.. Did you mod-rewritted the URL`s? If yes, then you could have established a 301 redirect from old pages to new ones..

    (URL address blocked: See forums rules)=siteURL address blocked: See forums rules)&hl=en&lr=&rls=GGLD,GGLD:2006-22,GGLD:en&start=60&sa=N&filter=0

    Quite a mnay pages have same title and meta description..changing them to unique will help..

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    Hi 2hot,

    As lovekills_s says - duplicate titles/descriptions will cause "supplemental listings", you should make them all unique.

    When you say you are "having an issue getting links indexed" it sounds like you're referring to Googles list of pages that link to your site. If so you can stop worrying... Google has most likely "seen" and "indexed" all of your incoming links but you need to be aware that they will NEVER show all of those sites in your "backward links" list... they only show a random sample.
    For a more comprehensive list use Yahoo or MSN's backlinks info.

    I don't think you are in the sandbox, you just need to work on optimisation, backlinks & site architecture, and to remember that you are in a fairly competitive field, so high rankings will likely take a while to achieve.

    You have canonical issues - your site is cached and has page rank for both "http://www.2hotnsexy.com" & "http://2hotnsexy.com" and all of your internal home page links are aimed at "http://www.2hotnsexy.com/index.php"...

    To fix this you should:
    1. Change those internal links to "http://www.2hotnsexy.com/"
    2. Redirect (via .htaccess) as follows:
    RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !^www.2hotnsexy.com [NC]
    RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !^$
    RewriteRule (.*) http://www.2hotnsexy.com/$1 [R]

    Your index page has a whole lot of links and your site includes a lot of pages so you will need a lot of incoming links in order to get your entire site indexed.
    I would also recommend submitting a google sitemap (and updating it regularly).


    Note: I deleted the other thread.
    When you ask people to look at your site, please mention that it contains adult images & themes (just so nobody is offended).
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    Originally Posted by 2hotnsexy69
    This was done 6 months ago. These were the URL's that were used when developing this website. So, this way there is no need for 301 redirect. Any information would help.
    If those urls are listed in Googles index you should add 301 redirects for them, otherwise you are wasting potential history/link juice, AND the 404's resulting from the non-use of 301's will endure & could potentially harm your rankings.

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    Do Not Have Duplicate Titles


    Hi People,

    I do not have duplicate title and descriptions. They are all different. If you go to my website. 2hotnsexy.com. You will not see duplicate title's or descriptions. They are all unique. Also, all the links pointing to my website are pointing to (URL address blocked: See forums rules) We also do use 301 redirects. I am just asking if anyone has this similiar situation. Is this because I am in the sandbox and they are not indexing more links because we are a freely new site. A PR3 website should have more links spidered then just 6, that I have incoming links pointing to.

    Originally Posted by ClickyB
    If those urls are listed in Googles index you should add 301 redirects for them, otherwise you are wasting potential history/link juice, AND the 404's resulting from the non-use of 301's will endure & could potentially harm your rankings.
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    Hmm.. I think you r not catching the point..

    http : // www(dot)google(dot)com/search?q=site:www.2hotnsexy.com&hl=en&lr=&rls=GGLD ,GGLD:2006-22,GGLD:en&start=60&sa=N&filter=0

    Ohh i forgot.. u cud not see the URL.. remove the spacces, and replace the dots by real dots ..

    Or simply goto google.com int he search box type this:

    site:www(dot)2hotnsexy(dot)com

    again replace the dots with real dots..

    And keep scrolling through the pages.. after you scroll 4 or 5 pages it will say, Some search results were omitted, click here to see them all with omitted results.. click that links and then u can see similar meta description and similar titles for your pages that are there in the /sitemap/ folder..

    Hope you catch the same.. And since you have setup a 301 redirect, then keep building links to the inner URL`s as well, so that google discovers the links and finds the new URL`s

    Even if you are in sandbox, then also links made for your website are constantly updated by google , without letting you know.. To have a better look of your backlinks check links using yahoo or live . com and btw yahoo shows around 1340 links coming to your website..

    Hope that helps..
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    Originally Posted by 2hotnsexy69
    Hi People,

    I do not have duplicate title and descriptions. They are all different. If you go to my website. 2hotnsexy.com. You will not see duplicate title's or descriptions. They are all unique. Also, all the links pointing to my website are pointing to (URL address blocked: See forums rules) We also do use 301 redirects. I am just asking if anyone has this similiar situation. Is this because I am in the sandbox and they are not indexing more links because we are a freely new site. A PR3 website should have more links spidered then just 6, that I have incoming links pointing to.
    2hot, I'm afraid you are quite wrong about this...

    Google report 10,900 url's on your site and they have more than 1,000 urls indexed; do the search (as lovekills_s recommended) for: site:www.2hotnsexy.com - and you'll see them.

    With that many pages and so many links (including loads of external ones) on all of your pages, your PR is spread so thinly that you will need a ton of incoming links in order to get the majority of the site listed.

    The way your site is set up is creating tons of identical titles & descriptions (Again - do the search as lovekills_s recommended and you'll see them).

    I still don't think you are in the sandbox; I do think you have content duplication issues, your internal linking strategy is flawed (site architecture is too "flat") and you have too many external links on all pages.

    In addition, if - as you say - "all the links pointing to my website are pointing to (presumably your home page)" you are making a mistake... links to (important) internal pages would be far more beneficial to you than more links to your home page.
    Last edited by ClickyB; Nov 2nd, 2006 at 05:05 AM.

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