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From fresh site, ww2, ww3 and now all gone

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Msg#: 7062 posted 9:38 pm on Nov 20, 2002 (gmt 0)

I have been given the impression, that after been seen as a "Fresh" site, a site would move into www2 and www3 to finally end in www.google.com.

I have been on and of for the last four weeks - Fresh and not Fresh i guess - and had turned up in both www2 and www3. Now, however, I am no where to be found at all. Oh dear, have I been pushed all the way back again or how.

Getting into Google is like gambling - it is up and down all the time. I have read a great deal - this site is just great - thanks all. But what am I 2 do? I've even been accepted into Dmoz....

I know I have to be patient, but I do so want to succed.




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Msg#: 7062 posted 11:30 pm on Nov 20, 2002 (gmt 0)


There will be an update in a week or two.
If you saw the Googlebot from the 216 IP range in the last two weeks it means you will likely be in the next update.


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Msg#: 7062 posted 9:09 am on Nov 21, 2002 (gmt 0)

ibpotter, Welcome to WebmasterWorld [webmasterworld.com]

What you are seeing is not unusual at all, it has happend to me to, it something we call:
Google Updates and Everflux, the Monthly Mid-Cycle Changes [webmasterworld.com]

The Thread above explains everything what you are seeing.

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