After substantial time and effort, I, personally have geocoded and
written a series of KML files for Europe each indexing the location of
hotels for budget travellers.
Each file is broken down by catagory and region:
Town if less than 6
Individual locations if G=8.
Each has a price (where available) and an explanation to the property
and a picture.
Where an exact geolocation was not available (Geoaccuracy=4) I've
folderised the content to ensure customers won't miss out, they can
browse by other factors.
I've made sure these files work, to my utmost ability:
After having spent nearly 2 months in the process and being a UNIQUE
provider of information in this field, none of my competitors have
even thought of, let alone released maps for cheap hotels.
Why does it come as no surprise that Google has refused to index this
I'm a small site with a small budget but I feeel that I am being
punished when I am an innovator in this field.
Google doesn't really represent the smaller mom&pop sites and this is
testament to that..
Perhaps someone from Google can explain, why, despite the fact I'm an
innovator in this field, providing UNIQUE content, according to
guidlines my content not being indexed?