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How can we see backlinks for a domain, but only those from other sites and not backlinks from the same domain.
If I'm not mistaken,
allinanchor:www.mydomain.com -site:mydomain.comshould show all the external back links to www.mydomain.com.
...Or does that show the back links having "www.mydomain.com" in the anchor text? Hmm.
[edited by: Giacomo at 1:12 pm (utc) on Aug. 8, 2003]
The site was built in April.
Anybody else see pages drop?
Do you think the pages I saw before in the index were just freshbot/everflux?
How long till they become permanent?
Instead, it's only happening at -gv right now.
They are new backlinks definitely. Not old data at all. Serps don't seem different there though.
Maybe google just tests the new secret sauce on -gv first before unleashing the real dance in a little while.
Wouldn't this classify as a classic update if those features showed up at www2 and 3?
Sure, except that I have yet to see a single shift in rankings between www and www-cw. ;)
The reported number of results is different, but the actual SERPs look the same to me.
1500 links in the old - numbers 1-1490 may be the same
1480 links in the new - SOMETHING is gonna be different...maybe at the bottom but SOMEWHERE.
Maybe first the links change, then the formula for SERPS gets applied to the new link count?
Don't see many ranking changes at fi cw or gv for top keywords. Gained [+1] in toolbar PR for non-www index page, with-www index page stays at the same level.
Backlinks seem to have taken one giant step in the wrong direction. Using "www.example.com" as querystring (all other approaches are futile) i'm now 50% below expected (a few weeks back this was 20%).
The "link:" command is definitively not any good in my case (shows around 0.01% - 0.7% of the expected number), neither is allinanchor (shows around 0.05% - 0.1%).
I think it had to do something with windows registry or host file and adding some domain name and IP adress.
If anyone has any idea, please let me know..
A related thread would be this: [webmasterworld.com...]
- install the Google Toolbar
- clear your cache to be sure
- go to your site that you need fresh PR from
- make sure the Google Toolbar is there
- ctrl-reload the page to be sure
- go to temporary internet files
- look for the cached file with a very long url in Temporary Internet folder (see below for example)
- it contains the site you've visited for PR
- open it in a new window
- change the ip address to www-cw.google.com (or whichever datacenter you want to check)
example of the url:
joined:Oct 23, 2002
126.96.36.199 : www-ab
188.8.131.52 : www-cw
184.108.40.206 : www-dc
220.127.116.11 : www-ex
18.104.22.168 : www-fi
22.214.171.124 : www-gv
126.96.36.199 : www-in
188.8.131.52 : www-sj
184.108.40.206 : www-va
220.127.116.11 : www-zu
[edited by: claus at 2:58 pm (utc) on Aug. 8, 2003]