is still in Google's index, but you've been bumped to page 2 for the term "santorum".
Also, Google has replaced spreadingsantorum.com
as the main search result page, which is the main content page for the site. Google may have determined that the main home page (the one with just the definition on it) didn't have enough content on it , and penalized it accordingly.
This also could have been caused by all of the recent news around the primaries, which tends to temporarily kick up a frothy mix of stories from high-quality news agencies that will stay on page 1 of Google until the news cycle passes.
Do one of the following:
- If you claim the domain using Google's Webmaster Central tool, it will likely tell you if you've been penalized. https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/…
- Hit up @mattcutts on Twitter. He's the head of search quality at Google, and will often respond publicly to high profile search ranking issues like this one.
- Replace the splash page on spreadingsantorum.com
with the main blog content, and start adding new content everyday.
- Wait it out.