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As all of you know this is serious business. Any insight greatly appreciated.
Hmm strange happenings, my index page re-appears in google. This page has a PR4 and was always in Google except for last night when it disappeard however its back again with a fresh date.
I knew I shouldn't worry too much.
Now which bin did I throw my google pen in last night......?
Has anyone noticed the message you get when searching for link:www.gfghk.com
if you add link:+ www.ghfk.com you actually get the real number of backlinks you should have until Google filters them out for PR.
This shows the number of backlinks I used to have back in June give or take a few
If someone already has posted about the links sorry for being so late the wife keeps me busy so we can buy new "Google" shoes :-)
joined:Nov 20, 2000
PR6 site, in the index for years and in pretty much the same position. Last night: index page simply vanished from all centers. No apparent reason, as the site hasn't been changed for months.
In the last 2 hours it has returned. Unlike Lasko, no fresh tag though, just everything back to normal.
No.... I've little idea where to start on this one. A glitch in the matrix.
gives me 50 links
gives me 200 links like it used to be
does not work
It maybe nothing just something i noticed that I didn't know before. It does seem to show my links that I exchanged with but the pages have a very low PR.
post no 100! - feel like I should have saved it for an extra special post
searching for link:+ www.domain.com is pretty much the same as searching for www.domain.com link
Probably the best way to count Google links (approx) is to search for www.domain.com -asdfg This result will not be perfect but it's about as good as it gets.
Google is looking for a page that does not exist.
Most probably someone did a typo in his browser with an installed googlebar.
AFAIK google collects these urls and tries to index them.
This is very common and doesnt have to do with your problem.