site:archive.org today gives 9.75 million pages in G.
How does your duplicate content on those pages affect your site's G ranking?
We don't know, we just hope G don't ever get it wrong.
I've used G alerts since they began, but I've never seen an archive.org url cited in an alert... until today.
It's not an exact match of the phrase, just parts of it, nevertheless the point is, it is an
[archive.org...] url and so must be incorporated in the Google index at some level.
Deliberate or a slip up?
Another very good reason to get your sites pulled from archive.org as we have done.
20+ sites, but It wasn't too laborious a process.
Completed in 3-4 days. Gone from archive.org, wayback, and the dreaded alexa :)