TheMadScientist - 1:27 am on Feb 25, 2011 (gmt 0)
Icon Name Last modified Size Description Apache/N.N.NN (Unix) mod_ssl/N.N.NN OpenSSL/N.N.NN-WWWW-WWWNN mod_auth_passthrough/N.N
On Page Text:
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Icon Name Last modified Size Description
Apache/N.N.NN (Unix) mod_ssl/N.N.NN OpenSSL/N.N.NN-WWWW-WWWNN mod_auth_passthrough/N.N mod_bwlimited/N.N FrontPage/N.N.N.NNNN Server at www.example.com Port 80
Why would Google show the above as the number 1 result for the 2 word phrase I just searched for and NOT change the title or description?
Great semantic markup? Nope.
Descriptive title? Nope.
Text from the description in the title? Nope.
Great description? Nope.
Why? There has to be a reason...
Really, why would the title of the page I keep talking about get changed and not this one?
The only thing that makes much sense to me is because they actually know what the page I'm talking about is about, so they think they know what it needs to be changed to ... Why else? Someone? Anyone? Why else would they change the one with topical text on the page and topical inbound links, but not the one with poor text in the title, in the description and on the page?
Example.Com is actually EXACTLY the same length as the title shown in the results ... 11 Characters