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1 .Why are the URL's I submit, not appearing? 
Answer : You have probably submitted too often and are being blocked.

2. How can I ensure a good ranking for my Web site? 
Answer: Ensure your site has good keywords and sufficient content on the page.

3.Can you update my URL with the correct title or keywords? 
Answer : No, you will need to re-submit

4. How can I avoid having my site blocked? 
Answer : Do not attempt to submit, contrary to our submission terms.

5. Why has my URL disappeared from the index?
Answers : We are continuously updating, please re-submit if your URL does not show up.

6. Can you tell me how to remove my URL from the index? 
Answer : You can remove a URL from our index by clicking on the “Add Pages” button  and then entering the URL in the form provided. If the URL is no longer pointing to a valid page on the web, it will be removed from our index. It's a good idea to submit only the top URL to our index. 

7. How can I ensure a good ranking for my Web site? 
Answer : The best way to improve the ranking of your web site is to be more specific about the content and use meta tags within your HTML document. It's not a good idea to use duplicate words  or include keywords that do not relate to the content of your page.. 

8. How can I avoid having my site blocked? 
Answer : Avoid using duplicate words multiple times, including keywords excessively, or using keywords that do not relate to the content of your document.

9. Why has my URL disappeared from the index? 
Answer : When we rebuild an index,   pages may not be indexed.  We apologize for any inconvenience. You would need to resubmit your site, go to our Add Pages and re-submit.

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Cooking proper, as opposed to roasting, requires the boiling of water in a receptacle, and was practiced at least since the 10th millennium BC with the introduction of pottery. There is archaeological evidence of roasted foodstuffs, both animal and vegetable, in human (Homo erectus) campsites dating from the earliest known use of fire some 800,000 years ago. Cooking requires applying heat to a food which usually, though not always, chemically transforms it, thus changing its flavor, texture, appearance, and nutritional properties.
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