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I would never ask his mom for update information.
Probably better off asking his x-wife...:)
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I wasn't asking for me, but for the sanity of the others that post here. To be honest, at the moment I am dreading your update as most of the potential my sites have in Google is in the direction of down. If you want to postpone the update for a month or 2, you have my blessing. Unless of course I'll get #1 on that one SERP I have been hoping for. In that case, bring on the update. ;)
It is my understanding that it is basicly crunching the previous deep-crawl numbers, with some input of FreshBot. Others in some of the forums say we should be looking for lots of activity on our servers during the dance period. Any input or archives to straighten me out on what I can expect?
it is basicly crunching the previous deep-crawl numbers, with some input of FreshBot
My impression is that the update does not include info from the freshbot. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong on that.
Also, just checking, the deep crawl is after the dance isn't it? I thought it was a few days after last time.
hmmm... with Kovac and Troels, the consensus seems to be prior Deep Crawl data with some FreshBot data to run the calcs through the dance.
[edited by: netguy at 12:51 am (utc) on Mar. 6, 2003]