xrtza - 8:14 pm on Feb 24, 2005 (gmt 0)
This is a very widespread but also unknow. Google seems to have multiple result sets. Depending on how you find the page. I have seen many year old caches for sites not ranking. Using commands like site: link: etc reveals cache as expected. Multiple caches for the same site. The title and description dates back around 1 year. Sites with this issue will only rank for the page that existed last year. It is something only google can fix. But first they will need to admit they have a problem. They have basic database problems and don't want anyone to know there is a problem. They have adopted the admit to no problems policy. Others who are not affected will tell you to quit whinning and make a better site. Not possible to work in the past. They need to choose a database and loose the others. They are trying to sync them and who knows maybe they will. But I suspect they are a bit resistant to admitting to a problem. They have been silent for so long it makes me wonder what else is going on.