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The top result is a blank directory index. The other results aren't much better. Perhaps they have finally seen the light and converted to the Altavista random index?
those who got PR back: do you see your pr back when puting link directly back in toolbar or from cache? I only see pr back for my cache (whcih is new BTW). directly puting link in toolbar still gets me pr 0! :(
when checking www2 and www3 on my site and i click on cache i have my pr back!
No you don't see your new PR, that's just the PR of the Ip that google uses to show the cashed pages on, You will see that all sites/pages have the same pr on the WWW3 and WWW2 cashes.
i've found 2 client sites completely disappeared from the index ... all inbound links remain though ... one might have been lost due to another companies server being down, but no idea why the other one would have dropped out ... ho hum, lets see what happens now ...
A site recently added to ODP was showing in the Google Directory, but none in that category had any Page Rank showing. Now it's gone, looks like the directory is shifting.
So no PR (toolbar) will show until this index is totally settled into the main index.
you may see a fluctuation as the index gets switched, but it is best to wait untill the index settles.
If Google go ahead with this index I will be using FAST for a month ;) seriously
Totally unhelpful search results on keywords. Many results in the Top 10 that have absolutely nothing to do with the keywords I am searching for.
Seems like a major bug or work in progress. Either that or they are late in playing their April Fools joke on the SEO Community.
If this is their best shot at the final, I can see a lot of searchers shifting away from Google to something that actually gives back relevant results.