| 9:10 pm on Jan 17, 2001 (gmt 0)|
Yeah, strange, isn't it? Tedster & I were puzzling over the difference between SERPs on IE and NS just before AV's last barrel-roll.
| 9:17 pm on Jan 17, 2001 (gmt 0)|
Do you think it was the difference in the browsers, or the repeated <viewed as unsatisfied> searches from the same address? That is my uneducated guess. Google did this for a while. Searches one after another getting different results, maybe even testing algos.
| 9:19 pm on Jan 17, 2001 (gmt 0)|
i took a screen shot of the windows and still can belive that i have such differances all w/in a matter of seconds...
| 9:35 pm on Jan 17, 2001 (gmt 0)|
>difference in the browsers
all useing N$ 4.7
> repeated <viewed as unsatisfied> searches from the same address
might be, I'm behind a firewall an the IP is static..
So I shut down all my browsers an did the same thing with the same results... kinda.. I was #1 (let's say) now I'm #19 (not the acctual positions but you get the idea)
It lookes like they are useing the LookSmart data for their results.
Witch STINKS! my L$ title and description done not even come close to the correct description is should.. (I'm not sure how to get it changed w/o having to pay)
Well.. AV is REALLY buggin me!...!...!
| 10:14 pm on Jan 17, 2001 (gmt 0)|
>AV is REALLY buggin me!
That's a permanent condition with AV SEO. There is an old joke that defines an airline pilot's routine as "hours of boredom punctuated by seconds of stark terror." However, when describing maintaining an AV listing, it would need to be "weeks of stark terror, punctuated by days of boredom."