I cannot find my website on Google

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Hello, and how are you today
My question is can some one look at my website i cant find it when i search for it on google can someone help pleeeaaassseee thank you. John
http://www.tag1yourit.com
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John Dodson

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Gop

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Hi John,

Google can take from a couple of weeks to several months to index your site to be included in searches. It is rarely an instant result.

Your very best bet is to follow the SEO tutorials provided here.

Please get back to us if you need any follow on help on this topic.
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thank you, i have 15 pages submitted to google 11 have been indexed

www.tag1yourit.com is 1 that was indexed. Thank you for your time,

John
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Hi John,

Thanks for that extra info. I have looked at a few of your keywords as search expressions and had a look at your competition.

For example: Lawn Care In Louisville Ky. This search phrase discovered 522,000 incidents of this as a key phrase or match for a search. That's just a lot. So you have to just keep plugging at it and add fresh quality info on a regular basis. Once you get in the noticeable index then you tend to find that the rate of discovery increases if you have content that people find valuable for them.
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John Dodson

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Thanks you

I am having a time with the keywords:

Lawn, Lawn Care In Louisville Ky, Lawn Maintenance, Lawn Maintenance Louisville Ky, Lawn Care, Local Contracting, Property Maintenance, Property Preservation, Snow Removal, HUD, HUD Property, HUD Properties, Property, Properties, Conveyed, Convey Condition, Locksmith, get it done, Louisville Ky 40229, licensed,

am i on the right track?

Thanks again for your time. John
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Hi John,

keywords may or may not be valuable real estate. Matt Cutts of Google seems to downplay it a bit and especially repetition. "Lawn Care in Louisville Ky" by his suggestion would be the only entry needed to define both the place and the business type.

Property Maintenance, Property Preservation: very clear.

Property, Properties, Conveyed: I think these may be redundant.

HUD, HUD Property, HUD Properties: Two of these I suggest are redundant.

Unfortunately this is really only an opinion and there really isn't a test of outcome that i know of.
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John Dodson

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thank you i will let you know how it goes.

John
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KanThaiDecor

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Google places helps when you have an actual business location....http://www.google.com/places/
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Mary Campbell

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I am paying for Google recognition but if I type in my web address under Google Search, nothing comes up. Why?

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Get my site pulled up under Google Search.
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Hi Mary,

I think you'll find helpful information in this similar topic. Please feel free to reply with your domain name if you'd like us to look closer at your performance in Google. Also, when you say you are paying for recognition, can you clarify which service you are using specifically please?