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The only change we've seen on -sj or -fi since this all started is a site which has vanished from both (no obvious reason) came back on -fi a few days ago, a couple of places down from normal. No other changes for any of our sites.
Something a bit strange happening on www is a couple of sites are showing several month old versions, but were freshed 11th May and are showing their current versions on
It's my opinion, but I believe these dominic threads are pure nonsense and a waste of time.
It's no use. Me and 100 other people have been saying this (well, something like this) since like part 2. We are now well into part 9. Seinfeld was the show about nothing, this is the thread about nothing. Seinfeld lasted 9 seasons I think, we are now in part 9 of this thread... hmmmmm....
joined:Mar 6, 2003
Perfection, sounds like you and 100 other people didn't learn much from the differences in the various data centers? Bummer. Then again, there's still time if you hurry... :-)
-ex is like yahoo, eliminating double URLs -cw has a completely different ranking and lists more pages from my site
-ex is like www when its not showing -fi
none is like -sj or -fi
that applies to a very small selection of keywords I checked just now
By the way, I notice it is a combination of SJ and FI. I have been suspecting FI with some kind of duplicate contents filter. I have a competitor who have a similar title with me. In this case, EITHER one of us will appear with the keywords we are competing. The loser will be buried 1000000 away.
I wish I am wrong. I hope everything will appear like SJ. I don't want anyone to drop out because of a similar title.
My backlinks still the same as on www2, and this is going to be bad month for my site.
Don't know where I went wrong this update...
Serious question -
Regardless of personal ranking performance in sj,fi & cw can anybody see improvements in these indexes, in terms of the serps they produce?
Just curious to set personal experience aside and look at it from a users perspective - are the serps better or worse?
Maybe it won't change? Maybe these odd datacentres are just for testing. Or maybe some wrong ingredient was put in the soup and they can't serve it yet...
One change I see today is that I have some new pages in the index and ranking highly for their targetted search terms. They weren't there yesterday.