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Is the site command completely screwed up?

Discussion in 'Google' started by mikelbeck, Sep 6, 2006.

  1. #1
    Does anybody else see bizarre results for these commands?
    SEMrush
    site:www.superstockhemis.com
    site:www.northeastbracketracing.com

    ?

    I see the first result from the correct site, but the rest are from sites like studystuff (dot) com, nyg-fans (dot) com, suphoto (dot) com.... What's up with this?
     
    mikelbeck, Sep 6, 2006 IP
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    I don't! Just checked...
     
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    The site: command hasn't been working right for months. Either it is on purpose or Google doesn't see it as a priority to fix it (I personally vote for the first reason)
     
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    Here's how I see it...

    Trying out different searches like this, I see it on a lot of vBulletin sites. I wonder if it's got something to do with that?
     

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    I just did a site: and allinurl: check on my site, and other websites are showing up along with my webpages!

    Yes, G is smoking dope again!
     
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    Is yours a vBulletin site?
     
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    Hah, yep, me too. Using site: command now provides irrelevent results, pages from other sites. (no, this is not just vbulletin sites).

    I don't believe this is on purpose, as site specific searches are an important google function. Many webmasters give google traffic via site specific searches.

    ps: and the other sites appear - before - my site - and they (the other sites listed before mine) are supplimental. hmmppff
     
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    Thats exactly my point. If you were trying to make SEO and link selling harder, what would you do?
     
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    Ah, I hadn't noticed that... Maybe the supplemental index is screwed up? The cached dates on most of the non-site links are old, too... Februrary, March, etc.
     
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    This is far beyond site: just not working properly.. or not displaying all pages. I'm seeing this :

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=site:nddb.net&btnG=Google+Search

    For my site, the top resultsaren't even from my domain. ALSO, as you go through the pages, the number of results jumps around wildly.

    The site: operator is totally jacked up right now... I can't imagine it's supposed to work like this.
     
    nddb, Sep 6, 2006 IP