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And how true is it that depending on the load on the local area google changes the way it points it datacenter?
Normal Google.com results using the site: command
875 results - 450 unique results
Right now I am seeing on 22.214.171.124
775 results - 750 unique results (the actual number of unique pages the site actually has...)
If I use the site: command I get an initial page with pages 1-100 of "about x". I then hit "repeat the search with the omitted results included" and sometimes get a different "about" total. I then page to the end of the results and sometimes get yet another "about" total. Typically there is a small difference between the actual number of pages displayed and the final "about" total.
Anybody know why this is so? And what the "about" figure really means?
Back on topic - I do see a slightly different result on 126.96.36.199 compared to google.com.
Mainly, one of my sites which was mostly being regarded as duplicate content is no longer being seen as such.
This was frustrating because the sites had far from duplicate content, it's just that the layout code was the same on every page.
We have seen less indexed page and less backlinks in the serps on 188.8.131.52