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Discussion in 'Google' started by webvivre, Nov 9, 2005.

  1. sGroup

    sGroup Peon

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    #81
    One factor that we think has been effected is age of link with a-text. We have analyzed our linking history and it looks like it takes much longer to see the effect of links.
    SEMrush
     
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  2. Matts

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    #82
    Me thinks that Google is taking in account things like the coop where the links change each pageview and downgrading the value. I have a who's online page and can see what's going on for the last 15 minutes. So what I've seen for the last few weeks is the bots accessing the samepage seconds apart -- why else would they do that [it's doubling the workload]? My site vanished outta google, and I never did any SEO, only building a solid site with proper keywords, meta text, h1, h2, alt, etc, and had ranked well.

    Up until today, I had a home page that would randomly choose 6 products each page view, and each page had two other areas with revolving items out of the most recent 10. I've locked those down to to newest entries because my items that still rank well we're in areas with locked content.

    Anyone else see this type of event?
     
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    fryman Kiss my rep

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    #83
    If you think the Coop is a tool for link building you have lots to learn
     
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    #84
    Did I say that? I said I think google is looking for those rotating links, devaluing them and related that to what happened on my own sites ranking and it's use of revolving links. We ranked well in goog for 3 years until jagger, and rotating links seems to fit the problem I see.
     
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    #85
    Its not rotating links nor is it link exchanges. I can tell you that much. Jagger isn't done, so its hard to derive any commonalities. Wait till it pans out.
     
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    #86
    I agree with Lorien, rotating links has nothing to do with it
     
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    #87
    But why would the bots access the same page seconds apart? Maybe that happened before and I didn't pay any attention to it.
     
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    #88
    Maybe you discovered Google's TwinBots
     
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    lorien1973 Notable Member

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    #89
    I love quarterbacks eating dirt! Pom poms and short skirts! Fans that won't quit... and twins! and I love you too! Here's to football!
     
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    #90
    (A feckin paddy reminded me of my times in Ireland, you know who you are.)

    Feck this...If you visit Ireland, may I recommend, Enniskerry, http://www.enniskerry.ie/page.php?pind=0

    It's not my site, nor am I associated with it. Enniskerry is a sleepy town about 30 minutes from Dublin. If any of you love biking, the Wicklow mountains will give you four seasons in a day. (Make no reservations, bike and book.) I guarantee it's a one off experience, you don't wan't to miss.

    J3, if you have profited, the business is fickle, enjoy yourselves, it's a short life.
     
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    #91
    I don't see the flux as being over yet. Some of my keywords are still jumping up and down by over 9,800 positions. The smaller fluxes I can handle but my keywords that were on the first page of results are now yo-yoing and it is driving me crazy. Also quite a few that were top are N/A and I can see no reason why my site should be penalized.
    I am wondering how important correct HTML is on this update as I use FrontPage2002 which does not make very good html. I have no idea how to correct it though. That would be a great service for someone to offer those of us using programs to design our web sites.
    Carol
     
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    #92
    I use Frontpage and have top rankings.
     
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    #93
    Do you correct your html?
    Good to know it isn't that cause it would be next to impossible for me to change that. :)
    And so much for that theory. This is hard for me because I like to understand things. LOL
    Carol
     
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    #94
    Not really... all I do is test the site on 3 browsers -Opera, IE and Firefox_

    If it looks fine on those 3, that's all I need and couldn't care less about my code.
     
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    #95
    What do you use to test it with for the different browsers? And are you able to correct it using FrontPage to make it show up right in all three browsers?
    Thanks for the info,
    Carol
     
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    #96
    What do I use? Well, I use those 3 browsers, lol, just open the site and see how it looks

    Yeah, you can fix everything with FP. But knowing a bit of HTML coding sure helps
     
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    #97
    I'm going to show my total ignorance here, but I do not know how to open another browser to look at my page.
    OK I just went and looked at FrontPage and I can add other browers to preview it in. :)
    Thanks! I have learned a lot but not nearly as much as I need to, so I appreciate any help I can get.
    Carol
     
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    #98
    Hm I see those numbers funny serps results sanboxed
     
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    #99
    So that's where that marquee came from ;]
    Nicely done, though.
     
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    #100
    I'm slowly getting rid of it... don't really want it there :D
     
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