The process for adding web pages to www.google.com's search results is
an automated one - done by the 'googlebot'. The googlebot scours
the web from one page's link to the next, searching for pages to add
to the database, totally uncontrolled by anyone at google.com.
However, there are ways to improve your chances of being noticed and
approved by the google bot.
To begin, here is what Google.com have to say on the matter from their
"Why isn't my web site in the index?
We add new sites to our index each time we crawl, and invite you to
submit your URL. We do not add all submitted URLs to our index, and
can't make any predictions or guarantees about when or if they will
Please visit our "Add URL" page to input your URLs. Only the top-level
domain is necessary; you do not need to submit each individual page.
Our crawler, Googlebot, will be able to find the rest. Please also
realize that Google finds most of its pages when our robots crawl the
web and jump from page to page via hyperlinks. The best way to ensure
a high listing on Google is for your page to be linked from lots of
other pages. "
The Add URL page is located here:
I assume from the wording of your question that you have already done
BUT, as stated in the FAQ, THIS DOES NOT GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL BE
LISTED. Here are my suggestions to improve your chances:
1. Add Your Web Page Manually (As I refered above)
2. Get your page listed as a link on as many other sites as possible
- obviously, the popularity of your site (TV advertisements, etc.)
will help improve this. This is not a point that is easy or direct to
3. Check out this site:
Enter your web site, and it will show you how your page is viewed from
the point of view of the googlebot. It may be that the google bot,
for one reason or another, cannot interpret some of the text from your
4. By viewing your page, this may not apply (as it seems you have
managed this well). Try to avoid using pictures to represent text (ie
text in a picture format - gif, jpeg, etc.) - the googlebot cannot see
this. Perhaps you should consider adding some of the other pages to
your site manually to improve your chances.
5. Check out this page to properly employ meta tags to assist your
listings, not just on google.com, but generally (although this method
does seem to be meeting its demise, it may still be worthwhile):
6. This topic has been readily discussed here at google answers - to
check out some other related answers, click on these links:
Google ranking "thesandiegoescort.com"
Listing with Google
How do you know when a site has beed crawled and indexed by Google.
Listing on Google
7. And, of course, be patient. The googlebot is only activated every
few weeks, at which time a new database of pages will be established.
The googlebot does consider those sites that are manually submitted
during this process.
Thanks for the question, and if you have need any clarification,
please feel free to ask. Good luck with your website, and your