| 7:28 pm on Jun 25, 2006 (gmt 0)|
|What could you possiblye need 30 miilion pages for? What kind of site is it? |
Junk ... Garbage ... Rubbish ... Spam ... Google fodder ...
The subject that nobody from Google will discuss.
| 8:37 pm on Jun 25, 2006 (gmt 0)|
it looks as though Google has successfully begun propagating new data to their DC's.
our index count is 90% back to normal now and our numbers are steadily increasing. we are only -7% from last week at this time as opposed to -20% that we were experiencing yesterday and the days prior.
| 9:18 pm on Jun 25, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Or the (credit/bank/medical/etc...) records of each of thrity million people.
| 5:07 pm on Jul 7, 2006 (gmt 0)|
I've just noticed that the same address that created billions of pages indexed by Google seems to be making a comeback!
I happened to repeat a search that a visitor did for one of my sites - a local tool shop, and noticed one of the garbage domains was back. I clicked the Google result, which re-directed me to the same old 'T.....e' domain!
A site: command showed 1.6 million results.
I'm completely 'white hat' and many on my sites have pages either dropped from Google or have gone supplemental!
How Google keep letting this rubbish in is beyond me. I guess Google still have serious problems...
| 5:41 pm on Jul 7, 2006 (gmt 0)|
|A site: command showed 1.6 million results |
The spam network which i just disovered:
subdomain: sensless letters and numbers
domain: sensless letters and numbers
Many such domains are linked together.
At one of them, the
site:domain.info my site name
brings 6 results
All visited domains of this spam network are registered June 27th 2006
All registration info contains sensless garbage
| 9:35 pm on Jul 7, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Yep, and just like before I am getting daily Google Alerts telling me that my site name is appearing on these pages. Certainly someone from Google has seen this. One would think that they have some kind of kill button where they can pull the plug on specific domains, I suppose it's more complicated than that, but it sure doesn't seem like it has to be.
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