Sounds more like a search engine optimisation question than a web 400 question. Have you done any research into search engine optimisation (bearing in mind there are considerably more engines than google out there)?

On 1 Sep 2012, at 17:35, "Dave" <dfx1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi,

I wanted to get into the web and have now done 3 basic websites
todate. One with Wordpress, one with Drupal and one from scratch using
php and mysql. I can select text on each of the sites and google it no
problem. Now, I want to get more serious and I'm working on a small
business site using Drupal. I didn't really care or need Google to
reference my first 3 sites, but obviously I do for this new one. So
guess what, Google doesn't find it. Why would it find the first 3 but
not the last? I haven't knowingly done anything to get noticed by
Google.

Thanks
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