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I'm an not an expert webmaster. The thing is I setup my website (http://meemo.com.co) in a Virtual Private Server, in a CentOS installation.

My website has been blocked by some company networks and some ISPs in the country, as I have been informed by some customers. My website doesn't even appear in Google results, even if it's been up for more than a year.

What can be causing the blocking of my website? I've tried to look in black lists to no avail.

thank you!!!

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closed as off-topic by John Conde Jul 26 '13 at 14:21

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site:meemo.com.co does appear in www.google.com and www.google.com.co. The issue might be that third-level domain registrations like .com.co are meant to be used locally in Columbia, whereas .co is meant for global use. Some networks/ISP's outside of Columbia might potentially consider this a malformed URL and inadvertently block it, leading to blocks inside Columbia too. You might consider getting a .co version and redirecting the .com.co to that instead to avoid problems like this. – dan Jul 26 '13 at 14:32
(Also checked DNS health, traceroute, and pings from different locations - no problems that I could see) – dan Jul 26 '13 at 14:49
@dan According to Wikipedia .com.co is intended for global use (commercial). – w3dk Jul 26 '13 at 14:52
@w3d From that: third level domains are used to signal locally relevant business, organizations, academic institutions, and government. There are other links for this to - see number 7 here – dan Jul 26 '13 at 14:54
@dan: Ah yes, thanks - didn't see that bit! – w3dk Jul 26 '13 at 15:01