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One of our main sites has vanished in the last week. During the last few days, its been there one minute but gone the next, now it really seems to have vanished. This could not have come at a worse time, its like a nightmare...
What I'm confused about is the timing. Normally sites get dropped (for whatever reason) during an update - so why now? Any ideas?
Hopefully the next update will be better... I hope the next update will be the name of a girl like Sophia or something like that... I am luckier with women's names... :-)
joined:Oct 27, 2001
My current site is about a year and a half old.
Past month: (E)
Past week: (D)
... if I gain the 2 search terms I'm mysteriously getting traffic from that is ranking well on other dataceners but not www, I'll be back to (C).
Bottomline: traffic is still increasing - unchanged since months - climbing - no traffic drops. That's what counts, imho.
<added>I speak about a dozen different sites. All clean, no spam, only very valuable content, of course! :)<added>
joined:Mar 6, 2003
Jan launch site: c) About the same
Feb launch site: d) Lower
March launch and later: Goose Egg
Overall: b) Higher
Observed Spam: a) Much higher
Curious: can you define goose egg? What positions would you hve expected and what positions did you get? I ask because one of my friend's site was launched april, 2 and gains acceptable to excelent positions for the most important keywords / phrases with just minor drops since dominic.
Just curious. What does this have to do with anything? My mom's site is cranking too! Many here are saying that they have dropped on new sites since Dominic. I'm not sure how your friends site is relevant, unless you want to share his secrets to exploiting freshbot. :)
Wasn't my question legit? If not, please just ignore! Anyway, to me, it's interesting to compare other people's new site's success with mine.
<added>The initial question wasn't: is your site also ranking as bad as all the others in google, or? Buffled.</added>