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Q: Search Engine Display for keyword phrase 'aquaculture supplies' ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Search Engine Display for keyword phrase 'aquaculture supplies'
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: isight-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 17 May 2004 09:08 PDT
Expires: 16 Jun 2004 09:08 PDT
Question ID: 347591
search term: aquaculture supplies
5th on list

Aquatic Eco-Systems - Aquaculture Supplies and service for over 25 ...
... Feeds/Feeders. Filtration. Fish Hatchery Supplies. Heaters &
Chillers. Hydroponic
Supplies. Lab Equipment. Lake Aeration. Lighting. Live Organisms. Nets. ... - 36k - Cached - Similar pages 

The url. '/tn/wat_pump_trm/conversions.htm'

This used to be just Not sure where the directory
/tn/ came from, as well as /wat_pump_trm/. These are not
sub-directories on the site.
Subject: Re: Search Engine Display for keyword phrase 'aquaculture supplies'
Answered By: aceresearcher-ga on 17 May 2004 10:41 PDT
Greetings, isight!

While the page does not currently exist, it did at some point, since
Google has a copy of it in cache:

It looks as though it might have been generated by a database tool
that is activated when your site is crawled by a Search Engine Spider.

There *is* a way to get the Googlebot to drop from its index a page
that no longer exists;

**HOWEVER**, since clicking on this non-existent link leads a viewer
to your home page, I don't think that you want to do that.

If you remove this page from Google's Search Results, there is no
guarantee that your home page will move up significantly in the Search
Results (in fact, it probably won't) and you will have lost some
valuable placement.

In case you are interested, the method to get a page removed from
Google is to re-submit it for crawling:

However, I am not sure that this would work on your page, anyway,
depending how the Googlebot handles the redirect to your index.cfm

My advice is to be glad that your website appears as link #5 in the
Search Results and not tinker with it, lest you create for yourself a
lower ranking.

Best wishes,


Clarification of Answer by aceresearcher-ga on 17 May 2004 10:43 PDT

"In case you are interested, the method to get a page **that no longer
exists** removed from Google is to re-submit it for crawling:
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