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Is the PR update finished? Or is google still updating?

Discussion in 'Google' started by Worldwid, Apr 24, 2005.

  1. kewler

    kewler Peon

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    #41
    I see all permutations of old/new BLs with old/new PR s... that proves the separate storage of these results :)
    SEMrush
    I want new BLs with old (higher) PRs :)
     
    kewler, Apr 25, 2005 IP
    SEMrush
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    kewler Peon

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    #42
    hmmm ... found the red light feedback with
    " don't post dumb stuff like that "
    in my user CP...

    anyone finding these google DC permutations too dumb? where could this else be discussed if not here?
     
    kewler, Apr 25, 2005 IP
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  3. minstrel

    minstrel Illustrious Member

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    #43
    Just try to ignore those losers-without-a-life, kewler... it must get awful boring living in your mom's basement after a while :eek:
     
    minstrel, Apr 25, 2005 IP
  4. kewler

    kewler Peon

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    #44
    ok - will do :)
     
    kewler, Apr 25, 2005 IP
  5. Homer

    Homer Spirit Walker

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    #45
    :D Kewler..Mistrel speaks words of wisdom. If your wondering who could have done such a thing, I have some ideas as I received the same treatment today. Must be a bad hair day
     
    Homer, Apr 25, 2005 IP
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    #46
    i've been offsetting as best I can, but there is only so much one really preggo woman can do :)
     
    wendydettmer, Apr 25, 2005 IP
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    #47
    carowan, Apr 25, 2005 IP
  8. kewler

    kewler Peon

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    #48
    @carowan: what is your definition of "site" ?

    each of those urls can get a separate PR and backlink count
    they can even be on different IPs (at least store.* and www.*)
     
    kewler, Apr 25, 2005 IP
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    #49
    If there are links to the three 'sites' in your example, the links will be followed and the sites will be logged as three separate sites.

    Also, it is my understanding that spiders to not actually list the contents of a given site (could be wrong but I don't think spiders have browse rights). I am fairly certain that a spider simply requests pages that are specified in a link. If the spider requests http://somesite.com/somepage.html and a page is servered in response to that request, the spider can only assume that the page it receives is the page it requested. It then logs the url that it requested.

    I believe this is the reason that although http://somesite.com/somepage.html and http://www.somesite.com/somepage.html will return the same exact page, the spider logs them as two different pages. It requested two different URLs and received a page in response to each request. Therefore, there are two pages.
     
    longcall911, Apr 25, 2005 IP
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    #50
    If you can't find a full list at McDar's shop and your curiosity has the better of you, there's one here: http://www.vaughns-1-pagers.com/internet/google-data-centers.htm

    There are no tools for BLs / PR / or indexed pages at the one above, so McDar is far more useful.
     
    longcall911, Apr 25, 2005 IP
  11. minstrel

    minstrel Illustrious Member

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    #51
    No. Google will (at least initially) see those as three separate sites.

    Eventually, my experience suggests that Google will resolve http://mywebsite.com and http://www.mywebsite.com as the same site, but that might take a while. See McDar's post above: That's one reason it is important to be consistent in how you link to your site and to try to have backlinks from other sites also be consistent.
     
    minstrel, Apr 25, 2005 IP
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    minstrel Illustrious Member

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    #53
    I always understood that case in the domain name doesn't matter but case in the page name does -- that would make sense because on Unix servers Sleeping-bags.htm and sleeping-bags.htm could in fact be two separate pages.

    However, based on my assumption, it shouldn't make any difference whether you type (or whether your backlinks say) www.mcdar.com or www.McDar.com or even www.mCdAr.com -- is that incorrect?
     
    minstrel, Apr 26, 2005 IP
  14. Homer

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    #54
    I guess that kinda makes sense...when coding your own websites case sensitivity usually applies. If Google regonizes it, this tells me that you must have coded it. :)

    This may be a dumb question but when you register a domain is it case sensitive?
     
    Homer, Apr 26, 2005 IP
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    minstrel Illustrious Member

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    See above, Homer... we were typing those posts pretty much at the same time :eek:
     
    minstrel, Apr 26, 2005 IP
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    #56
    domain names are all lower case - I'll post the RFC when I get around to looking for it.
    Filenames/directories depends on a) what webserver you use and b) how it is setup.
    Some webservers are case sensitive (I've seen apache setup like this once) and will diliver different content , where as some (windows based or novell ?) aren't case sensitive.
    I think it depends a lot on whether the underlying file system is case sensitive.
     
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    #58
    WTF, the little green squares just disappeared - got replaced with the text

    odd, they're back now.
     
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    #59
    mcdar: I too often name files like that. I have to specifically remind my self not to when making webpages.
     
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    #60
    I also found that to be a source of frustration when soliciting links from websites!

    Instead of just copying and pasting the Link as I requested, some webmasters would just add a link with their own "artistic flair".... :mad:
     
    mcdar, Apr 26, 2005 IP