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Two websites, one adwords one not

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For ages I had a website www.verticaltutoring.org One day I decided to pay for adwords and for many years my sites appeared together. People could choose either. I didn't need adwords BUT as a courtesy continued. Recently, I discovered that because I can afford very few clicks, my site (both sites) completely disappear from google and no matter how I search I can only find my site by typing in the full domain name. 

While I can see that Google might remove my ad I do not see that Google should remove my other non adwords domain too. The intent is to force me to pay more and this seems to me to be unethical and poor business sense.

It seems that the only way I can get my domain on to Chrome search is to cancel my account...this seems to make no business sense! This has never been the case in all the years I have been a Google customer. Can anyone explain what I see as a violation and bad practice???

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October 2015

Re: Two websites, one adwords one not

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Peter,

Welcome to the Adwords Forum.

The issue you state " Recently, I discovered that because I can afford very few clicks, my site (both sites) completely disappear from google and no matter how I search I can only find my site by typing in the full domain name. "

This is totally related to your website and how it is or is not Search Engine Friendly and optimized. Adwords is totally independent of Organic Search Engine Results.

A quick looks shows me that you have many issue to be considered Search Engine Friendly and RANK organically for many terms. However this is not the place for that discussion.

Your Organic Ranking Discussions should be directed HERE:
https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!categories/webmasters/crawling-indexing--ranking

Once again using the Adwords platform, neither enhances nor decreases or is any way mutually contented to Organic Ranking Results. Your issues are based upon your site structure, content, layout, format etc.

You should also connect the site to Webmaster Console to see if there are any penalties , crawl errors etc identified on your website.
Webmaster Console - Formally webmaster tools.
https://www.google.com/intl/en/webmasters/

 

Help about Webmaster console
https://support.google.com/webmasters/?hl=en#topic=3309469

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October 2015

Re: Two websites, one adwords one not

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Peter,

Welcome to the Adwords Forum.

The issue you state " Recently, I discovered that because I can afford very few clicks, my site (both sites) completely disappear from google and no matter how I search I can only find my site by typing in the full domain name. "

This is totally related to your website and how it is or is not Search Engine Friendly and optimized. Adwords is totally independent of Organic Search Engine Results.

A quick looks shows me that you have many issue to be considered Search Engine Friendly and RANK organically for many terms. However this is not the place for that discussion.

Your Organic Ranking Discussions should be directed HERE:
https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!categories/webmasters/crawling-indexing--ranking

Once again using the Adwords platform, neither enhances nor decreases or is any way mutually contented to Organic Ranking Results. Your issues are based upon your site structure, content, layout, format etc.

You should also connect the site to Webmaster Console to see if there are any penalties , crawl errors etc identified on your website.
Webmaster Console - Formally webmaster tools.
https://www.google.com/intl/en/webmasters/

 

Help about Webmaster console
https://support.google.com/webmasters/?hl=en#topic=3309469