| 3:56 pm on Aug 2, 2007 (gmt 0)|
You mean different rankings across different computers?
| 9:44 pm on Aug 2, 2007 (gmt 0)|
I see almost the same situation, from 2 different computers via the same IP accessing internet.
4 word phrase
But my is a bit more interesting:
My site has top 3 listings
4. then goes my competitor(root of the site and title from yahoo directoty)
5. then another page from the same competitor
6. then a page from nextag
7. then goes same competitor(root of the site without www and normal title)
8. then a page from nextag
9. then a page from nextag
10. then goes same competitor(root of the site with www and normal title)
The above is using IE6 and has been like this for 3 days
if I switch to firefox on this computer, shows the normal SERP as on the different computer
I ask my friend from far away to do a search and he gets slightly different SERP than my normal SERP as well.
| 11:58 am on Aug 3, 2007 (gmt 0)|
Sorry, yes different rankings across different computers - any thoughts?
| 5:30 pm on Aug 7, 2007 (gmt 0)|
Noticed that on the same computer using IE6 and firefox that the results are different?
| 6:17 pm on Aug 7, 2007 (gmt 0)|
As I understand it, Yahoo is constantly testing their SERPs, so that may be what you're seeing.
| 7:56 pm on Aug 9, 2007 (gmt 0)|
found it quite unusual seeing different serp's with two different browsers at the same time.
| 12:56 pm on Aug 14, 2007 (gmt 0)|
With Yahoo's ever-present click tracking, they are probably feeding different results to see what gets more clicks, e.g., put the #15 (or #500) result in the #3 spot a few times and see what kinds of clicks it gets. Or perhaps test a whole different first page of results. Links that perform better could get a boost in the "permanent" rankings.