Wednesday, May 02, 2007
An interesting Forbes article discusses what its like to find your site in Google Hell. It also addresses what may be a growing issue, Google's ability to continuously index the billions of Web pages floating around the Internet.
In the case of Skyfacet.com, it appears they were penalized for having a mirror site or mirror pages, i.e., pages that have the same or similar content on them, which Google interprets as someone's attempt to game the system.
Skyfacet shouldn't throw in the towel. By retaining a search engine optimization company with SEO specialists who know what they are doing, a specialist could petition Google on behalf of Skyfacet and possibly resurrect their site to Google's regualr SERPS.
Was that too much of a Biblical analogy?