Msg#: 3839355 posted 11:06 pm on Feb 1, 2009 (gmt 0)
I was wondering if this would be reported on WW. I have a few dozen sites using enom's servers and this glitch cost me a few hundred dollars in lost traffic.
I believe this is the 4th time this has happened with enom in the past 2 years. Kind of makes me skiddish about using enom's name servers. And no official word from enom... so we have no idea if this was a bad root update or some kind of dns poisoning.
I do believe that Google maintains their DNS cache for 3 days, so it's possible that Google could find the sites even though first time visitors could not. (Sites would still be reachable by IP address.) My main site which I monitor more closely than the others didn't experience any reduction in crawling by the G-bot and this is the only explaination I can think of.