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Recently I noticed our site no longer appeared in Google search results. Our site has be in Google for the last 3 years without any issues.
So far I've check:

  • In the Web Master tools it says there are no crawl errors and that we have pages indexed.
  • In the Web Master tools I've checked that the robot.txt file is reachable by google and works as expected.
  • In the Web Master tools I've test that google can reach our site and then submitted the site to be indexed.
  • In a page rank checking tool it says our page rank is N/A.
  • I've submitted a check to see if Google banned us, which came back fine.
  • I've added a sitemap.xml file. (Although our site content is pretty static)

Our site is: www.hiveintelligence.com

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marked as duplicate by Su', Simon Hayter, John Conde May 10 '13 at 20:38

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The problem is that you are using noindex on your pages, see line:97 when viewing the source of your page. See below:

Line 96: <meta name="description" content="xxxx" />

Line 97: <meta name="robots" content="noindex,nofollow" />

Line 98: <meta name="googlebot" content="noarchive" />

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