If I do a search on domain name and display all pages indexed by Google, most of them have the normal title, a line or so of text, and the url. But for a small proportion only the URL is listed - no title, description, or Cache link. This is new to me, as all pages were listed as standard until recently.
I am not clear what this implies. Does this mean Google no longer has a cached copy? Is the page still indexed?
What you described happened to me when I switched to godaddy.com and Google wasn't able to index my site because they use a bad redirect. I dumped them yesterday and 36 hours later, my site was back in.
I read that earlier. But I don't see how it applies to what I'm seeing. I don't use Godaddy nor are any of the pages redirected. Anyway Google is still aware of the pages because th URL is listed, so it has not dropped them completely.
Google was able to keep about 10 percent of my pages but only with url as the title and no description. My guess is there's another bad host out there. Lots of lost sites being reported lately but they are still keeping their PR.