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MIA on Y! and AOL......
...how come?
glengara




msg:160530
 11:36 am on Aug 23, 2003 (gmt 0)

A page that's been steady at around 15 in G has been missing on both Y! and AOL for over a month.
If it was just Y! I'd have something to go on, but its absence also on AOL has me stumped.
Any insights?

 

bobosse




msg:160531
 11:42 am on Aug 23, 2003 (gmt 0)

well, same thing for me, I started a new threat about it as the same time as you did!

My pages were showing up correctly under GG and Y! (the same number of pages everyday) but Y! has dropped all my pages 2 days ago...

Weird...

Yahoo!
"Search Technology provided by Google"....really?

andystowell




msg:160532
 1:55 pm on Aug 23, 2003 (gmt 0)

My site was recently missing from Yahoo and the Google fi data centre but visible at all the other Google data centers, I can only assume that Yahoo was pulling data from the fi data centre and therefore this was why my site was not being shown on Yahoo.

Maybe your site is not being shown at the data centre that Yahoo and AOL are using. Worth checking with one of the Google data centre tools.

Hope this helps!

Andy

Marcia




msg:160533
 2:22 pm on Aug 23, 2003 (gmt 0)

On one site that's having a problem at Yahoo, I believe they've lost the homepage.

glengara




msg:160534
 4:18 pm on Aug 23, 2003 (gmt 0)

Thanks Andy, tracked it down to page missing in the SJ DB.

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