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"Kurupt" what makes you think that we are going to have anymore monthy updates or that these is even a set time frame for this? I think we have seen the last of the monthy updates and from here on out it will be a ongoing thing. BY THE WAY, we are not yet finished with "step 2" of these new changes so we have to finish that first, then "part 3" will start in with the "more then weeks, less then months" stuff google guy said so, everyone just stay tuned to "google update madness T.V." for the latest news:). Out.
P.s. Let it be know that "google update madness T.V." is my Copyrights all right reserved quot:).
I'm thinking they ran across some major bugs and had to "Roll-Back" to the previous version.
Google will eventually come back correct. We just have to be patient.
Curiously, today in www-fi, it has now got to the stage where the snippet is from the old page (and so is the ranking), but the cache is from the new page.
I don't pretend to know whether that's significant, but I know that a lot of people are looking at the 9 centers and trying to work out what, if anything, is happening on each.
For the benefit of those people, I humbly beg to offer the above snippet of information for them to do with as they will....
I'm seeing www-sj fluctuate around quite a bit. The most stable two I've seen for the serps I'm watching are www-ex and www-cw.
Who knows? I'm trying not to get an ulcer over the whole thing, but it's difficult. :)
Freshie checks pages. They show on datacentres. The fresh results, although stickier than before, continue to have a somewhat ephemeral existence.
All the changes in the serps that some of you are seeing are probably the good ol' everflux in action.
The site search will find many threads about the flux, but the older ones might be more informative.
Added: Sockeye, check through some of the Dominic threads, especially the read-onlys done by the mods. There is info agreeing with some of what you're seeing.
The page was fresh, created two weeks ago, so it was "normal" for it to drop out, but couldn't the darn thing have lasted one more day......