How to find your site on google and yahoo.

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I can not find my site on yahoo or google even when I type in my URL. It is driving me crazzy pleasssssse hellllllpppppppppppp!
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Sorry than your site is not indexed . click this link

And when you get up to verifying you site select meta-tags.
Than copy and paste the charaters inbetween the " ".

Than paste them into the webmasters code textbox in the properties bar on your homepage

Let me know if you need help
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We have a few posts that have lots of detailed information on how to get good search engine rankings for your website:

There is a lot of information in those posts, so it might be a bit much to absorb all at once. But if you implement any or all of the advice, your search engine ranking will improve over time and you will start to attract more traffic to your site.
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Hello a,

What Shaq has advised you to do is correct but it's not the whole story.

After verifying your site then you have to submit a sitemap to google. when Google-bot comes around the next time you will find your site on Google. This process can take some time. We've all been through it but it takes time.

Have you (i) verified your site with Google
and (ii) then subsequently submitted a sitemap?

There's a tutorial here which described the process clearly and completely.

The Google crawler needs to know that you have a site first of all. After doing these things the crawler will come around on its next schedule and hopefully your site will be indexed soon after.
Marije's references are the best resources for improving your site ranking on google after the site is indexed. Invaluable resources.

This all comes under the mysterious heading of SEO which means Search Engine Optimisation. It's a big topic..
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Thanks Peter.
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Thanks I will do that!