Okay, that’s a fair question. There are a couple reasons. First, my site design is nowhere at the moment. It was never intended to be my remotely what my website would look like. Let me explain… in order for Google and other search engines to know you exist and to view you as a credible site, you need to be in existence for longer than a week or two. Sites that have been around for many years that may not be flashy, but just solid, are viewed in a much more positive light by search engines than those that have just popped up on the radar.
This translates into better results in searches, and that matters. When someone searches by my name, for example, now that my site’s been up for a few months, even though I have a minimal amount of content, Google has decided that I am a credible site. It helps that I have links to my site from a couple other good sites.
So last time I checked, I was the second result behind facebook when you search for Steve Millikan. UPDATE – as of July 2011 my site ranks ahead of the ubiquitous facebook, a gratifying development for my fledgling site.
The second reason is my site design hasn’t been given much thought, as both me and the guys who will probably build it have been pretty busy. Meanwhile, I’m building credibility and “page rank” until such time as I have a real site. With music. Not more music, music period. And I do have a lot of music I want to offer. All in good time, dear reader, all in good time.