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Google is Dancing!!

Discussion in 'Google' started by TatiAnA, Aug 7, 2006.

  1. TatiAnA

    TatiAnA Active Member

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    #41
    People in almost every SEO forums still talk about it, so maybe its still happening. No one knows
    SEMrush
     
    TatiAnA, Aug 8, 2006 IP
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    #42
    i guess it is how you define it? obviously PR is constantly changing, different datacenters give different results, you can even get two people seeing different results off the same datacenter because of the confubbling normalization.. aside from the recent supplemental, big daddy and new crawler problems, i havent witnessed any big google changes that i'd call a dance..
     
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    #43
    I have to agree with thetafferboy. PR is constantly changing, it's not as if Google shuts down its PR calculator for 3 weeks, then starts it up for a new check. It's a constant system, but perhaps for many it is only reflected every so often. I am guessing the stronger your PR gets, the more often you are spidered, and the more often your PR may change.
     
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    minstrel Illustrious Member

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    #44
    Matt Cutt's Blog: What's an update?

    http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/whats-an-update/

     
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  5. Mia

    Mia R.I.P. STEVE JOBS

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    #45

    It's all over the place. But then again, it always is. Argh!!!
     
    Mia, Aug 10, 2006 IP
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    visioninfotech Banned

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    #46
    saw big decline in indexed pages 15 days back and now i am having very low rankings for my keywords
     
    visioninfotech, Aug 10, 2006 IP
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    #47
    Indeed, this seems true.
     
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    #48
    i am regulary jumping between 600, 38000 and 83000 indexed pages :|
     
    thetafferboy, Aug 11, 2006 IP
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    #49
    Google has some issues, A few days ago my website started showing up for competive keywords like online dating and online dating website for those few days when all of this was going on. Now my site doesnt show up at all for them. I still show up for less competive keywords. Is this temporary will I be back in the serps. The site is only 8 months old. Whats up with that :+
     
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    minstrel Illustrious Member

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    *sigh*

    Yes. My forum has dropped to 80 indexed pages again.

    Google just cannot seem to get this one right. :mad:
     
    minstrel, Aug 11, 2006 IP
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    #51
    I've seen the same thing... my site: page count went down to 3 pages and then jumped back up to the original number... except, it clearly isn't because they spidered and re-indexed because the cached content is all old. So it's like they tried making a change and then rolled back...
     
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    Mia R.I.P. STEVE JOBS

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    #52
    At this point, I do not think they ever will. It is unfortunate, but I am beginning to believe that they may be off in too many directions. Fiber, WiFi, etc... Some lovely articles in "Information Week" about them on these fronts. My advice? Stick to what you know and continue to do that well.
     
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    #53
    Unfortunately, I'm only seeing the increased returns using the site: operator in just a couple of DC's now.

    64.233.189.104 is one of them

    So, it's not a matter of them "having" the data, it's a matter of them being unable or unwilling to make it go live.

    Dave
     
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    seoindia.org Peon

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    #54
    every body is facing this problem after this g update. Many links dis appeared from g back links list! Although those links are there.
     
    seoindia.org, Aug 12, 2006 IP
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    #55
    i like this google dancing, because we need best and updated results. some times google drops site if it find link in any illegal warez site.
     
    seo-mumbai, Aug 13, 2006 IP
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    #56
    I have not noticed any different in search referrels from Google
     
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    Mia R.I.P. STEVE JOBS

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    #57
    Odd... The Hitler Picture Blog seems to be doing just fine in Google. But then again, I guess they do not have an Warez links, or dup content. Well they really don't have any content.

    I've really got to rethink how I structure web sites.
     
    Mia, Aug 13, 2006 IP
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    #58
    Same here. A lot my indexed pages were removed, but when i clicked on "show similar pages" they do show up. I didn't do any blackhat either. The only change i have made as far as i can remember is that, i used template on every pages.That is the only thing i have done before they removed some of my pages from their index.
     
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    #59
    Not sure about the # of pages but what I see is really old cached pages... like from March :(
     
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    #60
    Same here @MikeSwede. I'm curious, how often does Google update their cache?
     
    TatiAnA, Sep 21, 2006 IP