I wonder if this decision causes my site to be left out from Google?
Just had to have a look at this one since and see if I
could find a problem. You have a PR6 and I didn't see any
coding that indicated nefarious activity, though if it was
me I would add more copy to the entry page. Adding a nice
keyword rich description to each link would do much to entice
deeper indexing, if, it is indeed possible.
I have always believed if it will render in a browser than an engine
will index it. Hmmmmm, I may be wrong because I couldn't find a
single instance of .pasp in the Google index. I noticed that similar
pages also were only getting index (directory default pages)
indexed as well. I would suggest adding some directories and
using the pages as default pages so the link would be
www.pti.co.il/services/ that way it shouldn't stop it since it
does seem to index the default pages. The extension does
seem to scare it away;(
Lastly as to .pasp you very well could be correct in your thinking
the extension is killing indexing. I searched for .aspx and got
some, searched for .phtml which is a very old pre PHP
programming/markup language. I even found some of those
which surprised me because it was pre-google and I believe
died out quickly. You might try contacting them and
asking about the possible problems. They are generally
pretty good about that sort of thing.