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My site is geocology.ca.
About a year ago I attempted to add geocology.ca to Google's search index by following the steps for 'Moving Your Site' in Google's Webmaster Tools, transferring from my old site at hughstimson.com.
Everything seemed to go fine.
I submitted a sitemap for the new site, and it was read successfully.
I added a robots.txt file with a single entry ALLOWing all user agents, and it quickly showed up in Webmaster Tools, properly registered.
When I go to Google Webmaster tools there are no errors and no complaints.
BUT: my site never appeared in Google's search results. At all. Searching for site:geocology.ca produced no results.
After a couple of months I added a small wordpress blog in a sub-domain, as a sandbox for a client. That blog quickly showed up in Google's index, and now if you search for site:geocology.ca the content of that (fake) blog is all that will appear.
Does anyone know how I can address this? Is there perhaps a way to completely reset Google's knowledge about my site and start again?