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  1. how can the public access my blog site from google

    The blog I need help with is miketheprof.com.

  2. Are you referring to a free hosted WordPress.com blog? Is this it? http://miketheprof.wordpress.com/
    When you blog visibility is set to public (option 1) anyone using the internet can view it.
    Please consider linking your primary wordpress.com blog to your wordpress.com username. Dashboard -> Users -> Personal Settings -> then scroll down to Account Details. Then scroll down to where it says ‘Website‘ select the URL for your primary wordpress.com blog and then save changes. Then every time you sign into the forum we can all click on your username and your blog will be linked to it. And every time you leave a comment on a blog your username can be likewise clicked and your blog can be instantly located.

    To verify blog ownership with the najor search engines use only these special instructions for free hosted WordPress.com blogs. http://en.support.wordpress.com/webmaster-tools/

  3. I paid the full $99 for the domain miketheprof.com why can't the public access my blog site by typing in the above domain address

  4. I asked which blog you wre referring to above. Icomprehend that it isn't the one I dug around and located for you. It's this one http://miketheprof.com/ and it is publicaly accessible to anyone who types in the URL. I assumed your concern was focused on getting the content indexed by Google so it appeared in search results.

  5. yes that's correct if I type in the the URL miketheprof.com I would have thought I could access my home page from the search engine google

  6. @miketheprof - how long ago did you get the domain? As I understand it, it takes some time for Google and other search engines to index new sites. However, if you're just asking about why people can't type the URL into their browser address windows and find your site, they can: I just did it and went straight to your site.

  7. It takes time for Google to index your content. Until that's happening there will be no indexed content of yours appearing in the search engine page results.
    site:miketheprof.com produces no results yet
    There are 10 factors that tend to expedite indexing > OMG! I can’t find my blog on Google

  8. thanks to all

  9. You're welcome from me. :)

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