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One result day/another at night?

     
7:11 pm on Jun 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

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I was just reading at an arts forum a posting by a fiber artist who said that her site was ranked #1 at night at Google when she used a specific search phrase, but that same exact search would not show her result at all during the day. According to her post, she's watched this pattern repeatedly.

I wish I had more information, but those are the details of the message that I read, and since I have never heard of such a thing (and assuming it is true), it raises the question - is there any explanation for this kind of Google behavior?

7:15 pm on June 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

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Google switches on the Good SERP Servers at 6pm, switches off the Bad SERP Servers. They do the opposite at 6am. ;)
10:21 pm on June 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

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I do believe you just might be on to something here. We could have the "Good Google" and its evil twin the "Bad Google". Then there is the deranged cousin "Crazy Google", and Crazy's father, the "Eccentric Google", and Eccentric's wife, the "Dizzy Google".

Could put a whole new slant on search surfing. Depending on one's mood, we pick our Google, then go for it. Would make for an entertaining session at the keyboard....

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I think we need to perform an "intervention" and get Google to a good shrink. S/he is obviously suffering from multiple personality disorder... ;)
10:46 pm on June 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

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Reno, there's a link to our site search top of the screen. If you do a search on google + data centers you'll find lots of discussions on Google's "whims 'n fancies" (not a bad name for an arts site).
 

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