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Having issues with google and my website

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by djrazr, Dec 18, 2010.

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  1. djrazr

    djrazr Thread Starter

    Oct 8, 2007
    I designed my first website
    I'm new to all of this so please be detailed in your response

    In google, if i type site:website.com, i can see 4 urls
    If i type site:www.website.com, there are no urls

    i submitted my sitemap to google - http://www.website.com/GoogleSitemap.xml. If i enter it in the search bar, i get urls
    but google tells me i submitted 5 urls, but there are 0 urls in web index of google

    very confused

  2. blondie101010


    Dec 18, 2010
    Sorry but I don't see the problem.

    What counts is that Google knows your site.

    If you simply type your URL on Google and it finds it, then you're in business. From that point you should work on SEO and contents.

    A good course for getting your site known is available at http://responder.juzaz.com/l?GYWK
  3. tompatrick

    tompatrick Banned

    Apr 19, 2010
    for the first problem

    if on typing site:www.website.com

    if both the times you get the result or a list of url's then it means that you are facing a problem of canonical url's it's totally fine if you are not getting any result if you type site:www.website.com

    Google treats both the url's as different URL and if incase you would have had found some URL's in both the cases it then Google will treat the content on both the pages a duplicate
  4. Ethanw


    Jan 27, 2010
    When you type a 'site:' search term into google, it usually only accepts it if there are no www. or http:// in the search term, which is good news in your case.

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