- WEBSITES INNER PAGES GOOGLE RANK BETTER THAN THE HOMEPAGE [3 Updates]
- Reg: Content Writer [3 Updates]
- Advice / Suggestion required on Malware [4 Updates]
- charles Murithi <firstname.lastname@example.org> Jan 26 10:02PM -0800
I am new to this group and i really like the topics posted since i
have managed to learn alot. I have a question i am hoping you can help
I have a Website http://www.kenya-safari.co The websites Google Rank
on the homepage is 0/10 however many other inner pages have a page
rank of 1,2/10. Is there anything Wrong with my Optimization strategy
or what is really happening ?
Please help me understand this.
- Sumit Rawat <email@example.com> Jan 28 10:32AM +0530
Don't worry about rhe page rank.. Just wait for the next PR Update within a
couple of months..!!
- "gary young" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Jan 28 05:20PM +0100
I took a quick look and noticed that you don't use contextual links to your
home page. You have backlinks going to the inner pages (That is why you have
higher PR) which is good but you want to redirect that link juice via
anchors text back to your home page. In fact you really should use
appropriate keywords for internal linking.
In addition you have two home pages http://www.kenya-safari.co/ and
http://www.kenya-safari.co/home Decide which one going to use.
I liked the site, but wouldn't use the "share it" pop overlay because it is
spoiling the user experience and comes across as pushy.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of charles Murithi
Sent: 27 January 2012 07:02
To: SEO PROFESSIONALS
Subject: WEBSITES INNER PAGES GOOGLE RANK BETTER THAN THE HOMEPAGE
I am new to this group and i really like the topics posted since i have
managed to learn alot. I have a question i am hoping you can help me with.
I have a Website http://www.kenya-safari.co The websites Google Rank on the
homepage is 0/10 however many other inner pages have a page rank of 1,2/10.
Is there anything Wrong with my Optimization strategy or what is really
Please help me understand this.
- akshay maurya <firstname.lastname@example.org> Jan 20 01:20PM +0530
30 paise per word
- Darren <email@example.com> Jan 20 07:56PM +1100
Sent from my iPhone
- Sumit Rawat <firstname.lastname@example.org> Jan 28 10:34AM +0530
Budget is not impressive
- "Kuldeep Singh" <email@example.com> Jan 20 03:36PM +0530
Delete this script from your sites and upload all file again. Send request to too google to reconsider to your website.
Scan your computer with antivirus, remove all Virus from you Computer.
----- Original Message -----
From: kunal pawar
Sent: Friday, January 20, 2012 3:28 PM
Subject: Advice / Suggestion required on Malware
We have few in house sites that gets malware effected very oftenly. What we find is some script gets embedded automatically at the bottom of the page which leads to this Malware. This same script is found on all the sites that carries this malware.
I have attached the screenshot of the source code of one of such in house website. Could any one of you help to understand what is the root cause of this & a permanent solution to prevent this. As this script keeps on occurring in a span of 3-4 months.
No virus found in this message.
Checked by AVG - www.avg.com
Version: 2012.0.1901 / Virus Database: 2109/4754 - Release Date: 01/19/12
- RajiRajesh <firstname.lastname@example.org> Jan 22 12:39AM -0800
Good question answers here
Anand has come close to the solution.
We faces same problem with on of the hospital site we have, so
people(hacker) use to add script in our site use to sell Viagra and
other stuff and our site was ranking for them.
We were using PHP and we removed it many a times and done different
stuff, like blocking those pages in robots.txt, removing script's,
changing password etc....
This was very often, we remove malware and they add it again and i was
called again for ranking Viagra & stuff.
We were revamping website to ASP and new design and i though this
would solve this problem but unfortunately it didn't work.
We contacted hosting provider he did some stuff but didn't work, my
hosting was shared hosting which was easier for hacker to take my
password and hosting provider was not able to fix this.
Finally we decided to move hosting and its working fine, i don't know
the name of both provider BUT it worked.
So from my case, i suggest you changing hosting provider.
Internet Marketing Lead
- RAJESH RAJAN <email@example.com> Jan 23 08:59AM +0530
Haa......... that's one of the i frame injection attack java script
code . u have to scan your website and plz share a screen short t me .
use this link for scanning http://sitecheck.sucuri.net/scanner/ its
the best scanner.
- Deepak Singh <firstname.lastname@example.org> Jan 22 11:31PM -0800
contact with me i will given u better solutions