helpnow - 11:17 pm on Apr 2, 2010 (gmt 0)
For the first time since October 2009, some of the site: results are making more sense. Primary top level pages that have been omitted from site: results are finally showing up again.
Still not perfect though - site: is still incorrect for deeper pages.
I have the distinct 6th sense feeling that something massive is going on, I don't have enough data yet to prove it, but it does feel like their is a huge shift going on right now for my sites, and others I have become accustomed to watching... I feel like huge chunks of data are being folded back in to the SERPs right now, wholesale quantities of data... I have been noting a number of constant different shifts along these lines over the past 36 hours.
Anyone else seeing big changes back to what makes more sense, like, a "fixed" overall data set, even if it is not positive for your rankings?
And, the changes are not static, the SERPs are changing almost hourly right now, and I am not seeing much consistency across IPs.
-lol- If it is Friday night, Easter, and I feel like I am the only one watching this. I don't understand why I am the only posting on this... It is an incredible learning experience... Get some popcorn, sit back, and watch the show!