Nothing major here in UK
yes i have also noticed serp's move, and it's nice for my site. :)
After 2 years in Yahoo's toilet, I am suddenly ressurected. I'm giving it 6 days before they flush me into the Yahoo! sewer again... I won't believe Yahoo! has finally gotten things right. It's impossible!
Sorry for the sarcasm... I've forgotten what it's like to rank on Y! ....but I'll enjoy the traffic (and money) while it lasts.
Out Yahoo listings have been fluctuating every couple days for quite a while now.
lots of movement on my end
My traffic from Yahoo tripled yesterday... there's something wrong though, they're sending loads of traffic to a page that was deleted around a year ago and it returns the correct 410 header. I can't find the page in the Yahoo serps but traffic is definitely coming from Yahoo to that deleted page.
ive been looking at the same godamn Y! lyrics since 2006 for any of my keywords. nothing ever changes =(
>>>ey're sending loads of traffic to a page that was deleted around a year ago...
Time to put a relevant page up for the query. :)
Haha, movement, my experience with Serps has been like the current stock market. Swings up, swings down, only thing I have come to expect is change. Perhaps that means it hasn't changed at all. Hmm, I'll have to ponder that one.
In Japan too
I saw one of our sites move from 22 to 15 to 8 yesterday in the space of about an hour (don't ask what I was doing lookin at the same term that many times, I really would have liked to have been doing something better!) It seems to have settled at position 8 for us, which is great, even if it is short lived!
The serp is still very strange...
There is no a fixed rule.
Sites that did a link campaign few months ago are scoring fine for their anchor text link phrases...
Don't see any change, still bad results
Has anyone noticed any factors that seem to be affecting rankings?
Yeah I've just noticed a move, one of my "Golden Egg" keywords just went from No.2 to knowhere!
Et tu, Yahoo?
Spam and low end link builders make it to the top again. Yahoo's a lost cause.
Yahoos SERPs are extremely poor now in my opinion. Lots of funky keyword TLDs with little or no content at the top of the serps and very spammy backlinks..
Seeing movement on my keywords as well. #1,2(sub) dropped to #2,3(sub) on one of my money keywords for one of my satellites.
I guess it's time to finally purchase the Yahoo dir listing for that guy. (sigh....another $300 commitment per year). Whatever.
My entire site has totally dissappeared from Yahoo's SERPs. We didn't change anything fundamental about the site, and as far as I know we haven't done anything that would get us blacklisted. Has this happened to anyone else?
No drop. My biggest site did just make a big jump up for our best keyword. But not going to celebrate until it stays for a week. Seems like every update we move up at first, then slowly slide right back down to same old spot.
Anyone else seeing a change in the weather?
sorry, dupe post...
no movement in the UK least on the serps I'm looking at - although it looks pretty healthy
I'm seeing a large swing in direction for my site,
it finally looks like Yahoo has stopped having issues with my Https website its only taken a manual intervention with a customer support operator and then emails back and forth with an engineer but it finally looks like the canonical issue with my site has disappeared.
all the https urls have disappeared from my site explorer results and my sites jump from the middle of nowhere to top 10 for thousands of keywords in the last two hours, looks like a weather update will be due soon.
Scrub that last comment :)
hopefully i might have seen a glimpse of whats to come, woke up this morning to see these URL's back in the totals, spoke tooooo soon again i should have known that they'd take it away again.
everything looked nice for a few hours at least ;)