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For the past month or so the number of pages, their position, their freshness and their traffic has fluctuated every couple of days. Yesterday I was showing 1134 pages for one site, today its 435, tommorrow (if the pattern holds) it will rise to somewhere between 600-700 and then back to 1100 or so before going round in another big circle next week.
Does anyone have any better stats that show the rolling updates?
How wrong is wrong here? If you mean seriously wrong, as in the description says your site is about cat breeding when in fact you sell widgets, e-mailing the editors up the tree may work. And if not, try at ****. However, if the description is technically accurate, but one you just don't like, then likely you'll have to wait.
The description on one of my sites has been wrong for years and I can't get them to update it.
I like dmoz, but there are times things like this can be frustrating. Usually RZ helps, but I've even had problems of late. Just be patient, and keep trying. If you know you are right, there are editors that will usually help you...eventually.
Got a couple I've been working on for three and four months. Sometimes I think I'd rather pay, and then I remember what that leads to.
go to dmoz site.
click on cached snap shot of page in g toolbar.
None wil be shown.
then search for
no cache no simillar and no backlink
result will have a link to the cache.
Any explanations or comments?
and by the way pr is gray now.
I had a lot of static pages go up in PageRank this time, but alot of dynamic pages go down in PageRank. Anyone else seeing this. I don't use mod_rewrite (I don't feel the need to) and there is no difference in backlinks to the dynamic pages.
I can get a true traffic-generating link elsewhere with as much or more PR value as one in most DMOZ categories within 30 minutes, so why bother?
Quite regularly I will see PR3 pages listed as backlinks, while either my DMOZ or my Google directory (PR7) do not show up.
I have also had my backlink count jump up and down from a high of 1200 a little over a year ago, down to around 200 in september, back up to 2560 this month.
The number of backlinks has not had any relation whatsoever to the actual number of backlinks or my PR. I gain links slowly and once I have them, I rarely lose them.
Serps and the traffic from links are what count anyways. I have PR4 sites with <50 backlinks beating out PR5 sites with >400 links. Besides, by the time the toolbar shows new info, the serps already reflect the changes.
Anyone an idea on this?
After calling a friend of mine, he too indicated that he had 7 sites (All established – some over a year old with page ranks of 4-5-6) recently experience the same thing… all dropping to a pagerank of zero at around the same time and remaining there. Has anyone else experienced this same thing? Any comments or suggestions?
This nothing domain has been awarded a PR5 and G indicates a handful of backlinks all of which point to the page floating on my other website (from where the copy was sourced).
Not sure if this is old activity but it's the first time I've noticed it...