Google Spider is Angry with You
by David Jay
I hate to see websites that are neither here nor there? Hanging some where between the public web and dark web. According to Wikipedia,
The Dark Web, also known as the Deep Web is the publicWorld Wide Web content that exists on darknets, networks which overlay the public Internet and require specific software, configurations or authorization to access and are often used for illegal or criminal activity. It forms part of the Deep Web, the part of the Web not indexed by search engines. The darknets which constitute the Dark Web include small, friend-to-friendpeer-to-peer networks, as well as large, popular networks like Freenet, I2P, and Tor, operated by public organizations and individuals. Users of the Dark Web refer to the regular web as the Clearnet due to its unencrypted nature.
So technically, if your website hasn’t been indexed or isn’t index-able by search engines (of which Google is the Chief) then your website can and should be counted as part of the dark web which makes the spider angry with you. As Wikipedia has made it clear, the darknet is primary used for illegal or criminal activities. So, if you are not doing anything illegal or criminal with your website, then there is no reason for you to belong to the dark(net) kindly come over to the clear(net) the GIANT GOOGLE SPIDER is waiting to receive you with open arms and give your website the visibility it deserves.
Getting indexed by search engines is one of the first steps towards online visibility and a path to increased traffic which would in turn amount to increased sales/conversion and surprisingly is very easy. Simply click on any/all of the links below to add your website to popular search engines. That is all it take to make the spider happy, as easy as that. 🙂
Subsequently, I will show you how to make the spider you friend and ensure your pages show up on the coveted first page of search results.
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