Selected answers from the Dumb SEO Questions G+ community.
Nishant Desai: Google index it or do not index any page at all? Check robots.txt file.
Dave Elliott: if its that 'new found disposal' it is it is indexed by google . 55 pages are indexed in fact.(which is what the sitemap and submisisons are for) So its not an indexing issue.<br /><br />Are you trying to get it to rank for quite competitive words (ie 'waste management', rather than 'waste management st. johns, new found land')
Jim Munro: Kathy's site is ;<br /><br /> (dot) ca
Nishant Desai: Thanks for providing link, will check back issue And get back
chiejoung poon: As Frank said check again in 3-4 weeks on your keywords.
Mark Steenbakkers: I’m not a WP expert, but here are some tips that might help.<br /><br />The company already exist for a long time, is this the first website? Did the company use a different url in the past? If so, make sure you redirect the old URL to the new one (.htaccess / 301).<br /><br />You have a SEF plugin for your rewrite rules? You have set it to always use the non www. version. What is fine, but you also have to do this in Google Webmaster Tools? There is an option “always use non www”<br /><br />In your .xml site map I see some mods that doesn’t belong there.<br />rate-calc/calc.php and /new-contact/contact-form.php<br />It looks like your robots.txt is blocking too much.<br /><br />User-agent: *<br />Disallow: /wp-admin/<br />Disallow: /wp-includes/<br /> ;<br />This might help you to set the right values.
;<br /><br />As is saying it is a complete new website it does take time for Google to thrust your website. The age of a domain is an important factor.<br /><br />Try to add some more (local) content. Just some ideas; Why recycling matters? Let waste not go to waste… and so on.<br /><br />BTW, it’s a nice looking site. Good luck.