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    Something wrong with my website structure?


    I am trying to get some of the subpages on my website to come up on google however I am not getting any results and I am wondering if there is something wrong with my site structure. I do not use any subfolders on my site - everything is an individual html file off of my main url. Does that hurt my chances of having my sub pages ranked by google.


    Example: www.tvshowsongs .com/greysanatomymusic.html

    I want this website to be ranked for relevant searches for people looking for music from grey's anatomy. While I have tried optimizing with keywords and alt tags and title, sitemap.xml etc etc , I am wondering if there is something fundamentally wrong as I cannot get it listed on google. I know there are other things I could do as in outbound/inbound linking etc but still concerned there is something off.


    Any suggestions ?
    Thanks!
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    Appears to be just fine:

    www.gritechnologies.com/tools/diagnostic.go?www.tvshowsongs.com/

    So it must be something else then.

    You could always ask for a site review in the Site Reviews section
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    I see you have changed the title for that page, but it's not indexed with the new title yet.
    The new title is 92% relevant. Honestly I would drop the "From TVShowSongs.com" or is you must include the site then try

    Music from Grey's Anatomy, Grey's Anatomy Soundtrack : TVShowSongs.com
    The title you are using in 73 characters and spaces, should try to stay 70 or under.

    With titles, less is often more. Less text means less dilution of the primary keywords. There is no contextual support for the site name on the page, so it's pretty much just diluting your relevancy. If you are concerned about users knowing the site name, then put in in your description you have.

    Then you will need backlinks with the phrase as the anchor text. Seems like a tough crowd for those keywords.

    --Melanie

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