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msg:31210
 10:58 am on Nov 6, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hi,

I was wondering how to change our Teoma listing. Our company has changed direction and we now offer more unique services, we therefore need the description to mirror this.

Many thanks for your time.

Kindest Regards

 

caine




msg:31211
 11:37 am on Nov 7, 2003 (gmt 0)

clare,

which part of the teoma serp's are you listed in?

Assuming that you mean the normal teoma filtered serps, then unfortunately you will have to wait until the next crawl update that catches the new-ish-ness of each of the pages in question. If your looking for immediate change, if the listings are free-bie's then you could use the PFI, to get the update quicker, though how it will affect your position in the SERPs is questionable, once the domain has been parsed through the PFI, your likely to lose all your free-bie pages, except for them that have gone through the program.

My advice if you can wait, allow T to crawl and update - time scale is questionable, as the crawl pattern of T is a non-entity.

However if you use the PFI to instigate the update in 2-5 days, though remember there could be penalties regarding SERPs initally, and non PFI - included pages that will be deleted from teoma.

curly_clare




msg:31212
 11:50 am on Nov 7, 2003 (gmt 0)

Many thanks Caine,

A couple of the pages are PFI, the rest freebies. Considering your response I think it would be best to wait for the next crawl, hopefully this will be soon.

Thanks again, have a great weekend.

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