Ye, but you might want to make sure and wait for another member to confirm this as I am not completely sure. Better yet, why don't you e-mail the iPage guys because they can answer your iPage question better...
Thanks for quick reply..
I have found a lot of useful information from your old posts..
I dont think I have changed from index.php to default.php.
Unless thats what happens when you move to root..
I have only recently moved to the root of directory so may have to wait longer. But had it in catalog for a while with no success..
Think I'm gonna have to get more back links too..
Any other advice or comments from anyone would be great..
So I guess nobody else has any ideas..
So looks like I will have to be a little more patience. At least I know I havent got to do anything else..
Do you have a robots.txt file?.
It may be badly coded, stopping the Google 'bots from getting beyond your front page...
I didnt have a robots.txt so added one. Then didnt seem to help so deleted it..
But it was coded ok I think...
Im hoping somebody can help me out, I have searched the forums to improve my iPage website and think I have done everything right so my iPage website is indexed to it's full potential from google. But I'm still having problems and cannot find the answer I need. To clarify:.
I have added Dynamic Meta/Title tags..
Added All Products Page..
Moved to root (no: /catalog).
Used good keywords..
Increased my PR (Still only 2 though) with link exchange etc..
Been live for a few months..
Anyway, basically only my main page is indexed on google and none of my products being sold or my all products page..
Any help would be great..
Many Thanks in advance..
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: 06 May 2004, 18:17..
Well, it looks like you've changed things around quite abit. You've gone from index.php to default.php and *then* you moved your catalog up to the root..
Once you stop moving everythign around, give it about 3 months, and all of your pages will be indexed, maybe sooner is you are lucky...