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What you sometimes find is that freshbot will index your pages and they will filter into the index for a few days. Generaly fresh bot gathered pages do not stay in the index though.
It may be different this time though. A lot of peopel are saying freshbot and deep bot may in effect be doing the same job now.
Really we will just have to wait and see.
I am with mack on this one - seems like freshbot on my end, but I can't say for sure as I don't monitor everything as close as some of you...
very interesting. hope is raising :)
My site had a PR6 - it was dropped in early May.
Yesterday, my site got a PR6 again, however, I did a search for my URL in google (example: xyz.com), and Google shows "Sorry, no information is available for the URL "
I'm guessing that there is a sequence on all Google updates, e.g., it may first update PR ranking, then the index refreshes, or a bunch of other sequences.
Does anyone have any take on historical sequence of events for all Google updates?
joined:Nov 20, 2000
Um, no. Google is behaving as it has for three weeks. Would you guys get a grip and just accept that sites are going to move up and down, and 2003-new sites are going to move in and out of the index?
I have this strange urge now to drive up to the Googleplex and just give the whole building a good shake for mucking up Webmasterworld this much.
I hope that this was just indexing problem and main pages will reappear after the next update.
No PR changes though, but something seems to be afoot.