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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.
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?
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.