six months ago...if I opened any search engine & typed in 'recording studio, new jersey'...my business was very near the top of the list.
if I typed in 'recording studio, trenton'...I was at the very top of the list.
now...I'm not even on the list...anybody's list...!!!
wonder what could have happened, 'cause the phone has stopped ringing.
Hi Mark, I'm no expert, but I can not see why your site was so well placed in the past? Has it had a major rewrite? Anyway, the problems I can see with the site (as it is) are:
- The title of the site is: <title>MoonMix Studios</title>.
The only refererences to "New Jersey" and "recording studio" I can find are:
<meta name="description" content="New Jersey's newest high-quality, affordable, Recording Studio & Mastering Service"> It may be that the apostrophe and ampersand are confusing the search bot? I'd stick to plain text in the meta details.
<meta name="keywords" content=" ... 700 or so characters then... new jersey recording studios, ...">I'm not sure whether search engines even use the keywords nowadays, but even if they do, they may parse only 300 or so characters.
I can't find an <h1> tag.
What I'm trying to say is that the search engines seem to like to pick out words from the visible text, not hidden details. E.g. If you search "relativity myths" my site "relativity-myths.org.uk" consistently comes up #1. Why? Because its called that. Similarly, search for "new jersey recording studios" and top of the list will tend to be sites with that in the URL, title or <h1> tag or details.
Like I say, I'm no expert, but I hope that this helps...