Ah, you found it i.e. you found the page that we were talking about in the WHOIS BID preamble. Today is November 13th 2010. The website became operational a few days ago and this is what you should expect if you are lucky. Sometimes you will be ignored by search engines for some time (for another discussion which has to do with parked pages that were cached)
Notice that in this case with a particular search engine that only 3 urls will show up to viewrs as "cached" when you search for the domain name. This is not typical of older and larger websites. Sometimes the contents will not be cached quickly or at all. Since every single page on WHOIS BID is unique content (including photos, drawings and text) we believe there is no reason why the search engine should not go ahead and take a peek at us. The major search engine did do this ! (AS IT SHOULD ) We also believe (from previous experiments) that if you duplicate content from another site that has already been cached, you will have a slimmer chance of being noticed.
If you don't believe that search engines are able to do this, then take a look at the text which some of them put at the bottom of their search pages - something like "duplicate pages have been omitted" which proves that they are using some type of pattern recognition scanner when processing what has been spidered.
Above picture shows how WHOISBID appeared on Nov 13th 12 am 2010
What about our stats? Well there is nothing really to show yet except that certain spiders have visited this domain already. We don't feel its of any use to show them at this point since no human traffic is coming to this site because we are not being found in the search engines by any generic type of keyword search. We have to wait for this to really happen! It is a good thing if you want search engine spiders to come back often and frequently. We believe that a dumb spider is very busy spidering the web since there are so many domains and website pages to spider. Surely it must be told (programmed ) to pay attention when a website is always being updated and experience tells us that it is not necessarily going to spider every page or "deep spider" but probably look for something new. So, in order to trigger the spider we recommend that you change something in your index page (as we have done) and have some links to a new page or new pages (with unique content) The website WHOIS BID is definitely not a site that is trying to spam. All of its pages have something unique and useful. Take a look at the pictures on the left, they are unique. I took these photos about an hour ago using the webcam on this MacBook. More to come next week! Check back to see if there was any more progress!
WE DECIDED TO SHOW OUR PROGRESS ON THE SEARCH ENGINE SPIDERS PAGE. CHECK IT OUT TO SEE OUR RECENT FINDINGS AND COMMENTS. JUST CLICK HERE SEARCH ENGINE SPIDERS