| 12:27 pm on Aug 8, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Nope I don't see this. I done a search for a general travel term, came up with 4 .com's page one and the rest .co.uk's.
Dont worry, not good for your health.
| 12:28 pm on Aug 8, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Slight correction here. Though from what I can see here .. most urls of non .co.uk domains are not there .. but some urls are still there in the index. (looks like less than 10% are there)
Talking of my site .. the urls that are still there in the index are mostly deep urls which are probably least crawled.
Any one else noticing this?
| 1:03 pm on Aug 8, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Jaysus Jaski, add a question mark next time, you nearly gave me a heart attack!
| 6:06 pm on Aug 9, 2006 (gmt 0)|
I am sorry for causing so big an alarm glengara .. may be it was just a datacenter update thing .. but I just checked again and the home page of my site is still filtered out on an important serp I track, when I select UK pages, which otherwise ranks fine.
| 10:51 pm on Aug 9, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Depends on your search terms.
.co.uk will be favored - as will locally hosted domains. But .com can do OK if geared to the local market.
| 11:06 am on Aug 14, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Something has definately changed here this weekend.
I am experiencing the exactly same. I use a.uk.com hosted in a UK datacenter and have ranked well within the UK for years this weekend has seen me dissappear from the uk serps.
There is a well known ladies cosmetics brand (**** calling) in the UK who advertise on the TV. They use the extentsion .uk.com and are suffering exactly the same.