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there are for sure different resutls on www-sj.google.com and www.google.com!
is there are way to check PR on toolbar for www-sj.google.com? what is its ip?
I have notice ranking swing. Site which use to rank high droped, site which use to rank low raised! And some spammy site appearing. PR not so important anymore.
But overall the SERPs is good for me. ;)
[edited by: AthlonInside at 7:36 pm (utc) on April 26, 2003]
Hmm...is the governor of Google starting to hand out more pardons for those on Google Death Penalty row? Obviously, this lowers the deterrance value to thinking about cheating.
This is obviously some test datacenter that has not factored in all the variable from the algo.
The domain itself is grey with 0 back links. That should tell you something.
Yes it shows new caches, but who knows how old the algo is that is being applied when you do a search. I'm seeing postions for my sites from 6 months ago.
i hope for the best..
Kill this thread!
This is not the new update!
Just like when somebody posted the link to the viewer and said it was the new update, turned out not even close.
We are weeks away from the update. It is way to early to even be talking about it. Those are the words of GoogleGuy himself.
Calm down, take a chill pill, get away from the computer, kick the dog, do the nasty with your wife, what ever, just quit thinking the is the end of Googledom!1
None of the data centers have displayed PR or backlinks as far as I know.
The backlinks being displayed are a mix of new and old from what I see. Backlinks from DMOZ categories that were reorganized and moved/renamed in January are still displayed in the backlinks for some of the sites.
The total number of results for backlinks are limited to 1000 for any domain.
I see AthlonInside noticed too
Interesting find waynet.
[edited by: coconutz at 9:50 pm (utc) on April 26, 2003]
It is one of google datacenter, sj stands for San Jose.
Google have many datacenters and every search done on google.com is actually done by one of the data centers. You don't have control on which data centers to choose if you search from google.com. But luckily each data center is given a different domain name, such as www-sj and www-ex so you may go directly to them to search.
I think if they set sj to test bed now, then google.com will not direct the searches to this datacenter at the moment. just guess.
One of Google's data centers. It was thought that -sj and -zu were offline.
For each data center www-xx.google.com, there is a www-xx2.google.com.
[edited by: crobb305 at 8:21 pm (utc) on April 26, 2003]