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A search through many categories we watch, that are heavily worked by scraper sites, found no scraper sites 20 pages deep.
I wouldn't say they are all 'hidden'. But, we couldn't find any 100% bonified scraper sites in the list of categories we watch.
Any one see them gone form your chosen nitch?
I am floating in my dreams.
My site has jumped a long distance in 184.108.40.206
But hope this is a real update....
So far no real changes in usual google searches.
is your site back where it was?
I've checked two data centers that others have mentioned as having changes, and I can't see anything different at the moment. My rankings, backlinks, and site: listings all look identical to what I was seeing a few days ago.
In cases where I rank near the top, the pages ahead of me are the same ones that I've been seeing for quite a while, too.
Am I the only person here who wonders if Bourbon may turn out to be week-old iced tea? :-)
[edited by: SEOMike at 7:36 pm (utc) on May 20, 2005]
I see a change in entry pages pattern of Google´s referrals to my site. The current pattern (which could change any time of course) resembles to great extent the pattern before allegra.
No big change in the amount of Google traffic though.
Any of you has noticed the same?
And up to #29 on 220.127.116.11 while most others hover around 70 something.
Not too sure what the cause of this is... *cough sandbox* but hopefully it stays this way and only gets better.