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The Way Google Looks Upon New Web Sites and Domain Names

Everyday on the internet people worldwide are always coming up with a great idea for a new web site and then of course many of them make the decision to action this great idea for a new web site. So what happens now is they start to come up with ideas for their new domain name however the obstacles many end up facing is that new domain name is usually already taken. Therefore when you do finally find a domain name that has not already been taken you are so enthusiastic that you snap it up without thinking that you...

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Everyday on the internet people worldwide are always coming up with a great idea for a new web site and then of course many of them make the decision to action this great idea for a new web site. So what happens now is they start to come up with ideas for their new domain name however the obstacles many end up facing is that new domain name is usually already taken. Therefore when you do finally find a domain name that has not already been taken you are so enthusiastic that you snap it up without thinking that you have not build the web site as of yet.

However most likely you will not realise that you have a problem quite simply because once you have registered your new domain name your web hosting company will then put into place a domain name parked page which will disappear when you have built your new site. When it comes to parked domain name pages I am sure you will have seen many of them around when surfing the internet visiting web pages especially ones hosted with GoDaddy as these are coming for having parked domain name pages.

What you have to remember in your mind is that you are planning to use your new domain name to build your new site onto it which means you should beware of setting up a parked domain name page.

When the search engines such as Google crawl around the internet they tend to find out about your new domain name and new site very fast which means when they crawl onto your new site they will see your parked domain name page. At this point the search engine quite possibly Google will realise that they have hundreds of these parked domain pages in their index therefore they will hold your parked domain name page will very little priority meaning they will not crawl your site for quite some time.

However when your new web site is live on the internet if you are like everyone else with a web site you will want the search engines especially Google to crawl your web site in order to give it good search engine rankings bringing FREE traffic to your web site but at this point search engines and Google will no longer crawl your web site once they have seen the parked domain page. Therefore the only way now will be hard work to bring the search engines and Google back to your site now your parked domain name page is gone.

When it comes to getting Google interested in your web site after they have seen your parked domain name page that used to be there it can become extremely difficult.

Of course you also need to remember that you do not want Google to place your website into their Google Sandbox with alot of the other new sites awaiting entry into the Google Index therefore I would not place a parked domain name page on your new website but instead simply avoid anything untill your web site is ready.

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