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Dropping Pages from Sites again?

 12:37 pm on Jul 12, 2006 (gmt 0)

Recently a few random domains started to drop pages from the google index.

Ive started lets say 6 domains, two of the domains with almost exact amount of inlinks started to drop pages.

site1: 100 pages indexed
site:2 60 pages gone to 17 (12 on some dcs)

My question is, is there any others out there with the same problem? Anyone who might know what it is?

I know about the "you need more links to get all sites indexed" But i think 20 inlinks should be enough for 50-150pages. Since i have sites with 5-10 inlinks and 500 pages indexed...



 11:12 am on Jul 13, 2006 (gmt 0)

My pages have also begun dropping again, both pages in index and pages which are not supplemental. This really sucks.


 12:13 pm on Jul 13, 2006 (gmt 0)

My index pages haven't been de-indexed.
Only The "second links" - domain.tld/catalog/secondlink.htm


 3:24 pm on Jul 13, 2006 (gmt 0)

I lost a few pages on a very small site that were there on Monday - all 12 were indexed on Monday, now there's only 4. No idea why; they're relatively new pages but the site's been around a while. Hoping it's a glitch.


 6:18 pm on Jul 13, 2006 (gmt 0)

Well I've notice on my website the following. When you do site:www.mysite.com it seems like the pages are dropping, however, the pages are actually going supplemental and not showing. To see those pages I use "site:www.mysite.com ABC123" where ABC123 is a keyword in the url. For example, a big part of my site is listed under www.mysite.com/categoryx then I use site:www.mysite.com categoryx. When I do that for specific parts of the website, the number of returned results is way higher than just site:www.mysite.com and some are supplemental. I believe, in my opinion, that those supplementals are the the ones disappearing from the regular site command


 6:50 pm on Jul 13, 2006 (gmt 0)

All of my 12 sites have completely disappeared off of Google. Looks like it's about god damn time to F**K Google and start looking for another marketing channels. I spent years working on these sites and they're 110% white hat. I HATE Google. Can Google give us some explanation on why this is happening? I filed reinclusion requests for all of them and no replies from their sucky departments.


 7:00 pm on Jul 13, 2006 (gmt 0)

Google does it's own thing. We'll never figure it out. What will be, will be.


 7:46 pm on Jul 13, 2006 (gmt 0)

Funny german site lost half while english doubled. Traffic hasn't been stable now for months.. It's ridicolous. Up down up down ... yawn ...

travelin cat

 8:05 pm on Jul 13, 2006 (gmt 0)

Live by the sword, die by the sword.


Live by Google die by Google.

These things happen when you depend on the fates.


 8:56 pm on Jul 13, 2006 (gmt 0)

Yapp, still Googlequakes happen with increasing frequency..


 9:32 pm on Jul 13, 2006 (gmt 0)

" Yapp, still Googlequakes happen with increasing frequency.. "

Only when California breaks off into the ocean causing devastating world wide floods and physical/economical/social damage beyond belief will we see any sort of explaination and open hindsight analysis of where they went wrong and how this all could have been avoided.


 9:51 am on Jul 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

Well back to topic.

Seems that more have the "same problem".
"This is what happens" Isn't it a bit wierd that google just removes site1, fully indexes site2 and indexed the catalogs of site3. All with the same structure, almost same amount of inlinks, different keywords? Weeks have passed by.

Well, if it is a new filter i would gladly like to know what kind of.


 7:16 pm on Jul 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

Back on track. The first pages started to re-index.
Yet the "domain1 domain2" theory still remains.

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