Why after changing of web page content domain invisible from Google SERP?

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Hi everyone !! why after changing of web page content domain invisible from Google SERP? after changing of web page content my domain invisible and show internal page of website in google SERP


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What probably happened is they recrawled your site, and it changed on them.

If you updated the content slightly, your rankings will come back. If you changed things drastically, but it's still about the same subject, they're going to rerank you - you might not be in the same place. If you changed the content to something unrelated, they're going to rerank you too.
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The words do not highlight this time. The difference between the two examples is the major distinction in search engine visibility. The first example uses text letters. The second example is a picture that looks like text letters but is actually thousands of dots put into the shape of letters. The difference is insignificant to people reading the text. To Google, Yahoo, or Bing, the difference could not be more pronounced. Web sites that use text letters can be found. Web sites that use pictures of text letters cannot be found.

Whether or not your website is visible to search engines depends on how it was designed and built. If you build your site using good Search Engine Optimization techniques that place content on the pages using text letters then you have a good start towards good visibility. If you violate some of the basic techniques that search engines need to read and categorize your site then your site can become almost entirely invisible to the search engines. We'll go over some of the basic reasons for poor visibility in the next section.

6 factors in website visibility

The site is entirely built in Flash
The site uses words that are embedded in pictures
A web page has moved and redirects you to another location
The site navigation uses JavaScript
The site content requires parameters to access the information
The site uses frames

 

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