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site:mysite.com shows all, well 12,500 was like 4150 a couple days ago, at anyrate 1000 of them yes, most have a title then below desriptions.
This thing happened to another site of mine on the last update, first home page gone, then a few days one by one all pages started to go, then one by one all came back in like a couple hours(new data rolling in i guess). Was kinda kewl to watch your site re errect from the dead...
This started same way, but now its only the home page, like its..... stuck, needs a swift kick to start fading out all my pages, then bringing them all back ;)
[edited by: deanril at 4:59 am (utc) on Sep. 8, 2005]
Page count alah>> site:yoursite.com has gone way up, some say 10x.
My Home Page dissapeared. And is still missing in action, no cache etc....
Some one said early, if it walks like a duck, talks like a duck, well it must be a duck right?
In one of the Google talks in New Orleans it was pointed out that there are many algo updates that go totally unnoticed here at WebmasterWorld. It seemed to me that the scale of the update may depend on one's niche,site, and many other factors.
Yah, this isn't an update. Backlinks/Directory data may be freshly visible, but the core data hasn't changed more than the usual everflux.
Whoops - I missed GG's earlier post. This is NOT an update regardless of any of our quacks to the quontrary....
deanril - submit the reinclusion request...I'm wondering if you could use that "spam report" with keyword gilligan to get fast attention, though it might have a bit of risk since that's a non spam report.
>>deanril - submit the reinclusion request...I'm wondering if you could use that "spam report" with keyword gilligan to get fast attention, though it might have a bit of risk since that's a non spam report.<<
I wouldn´t do that. The link GoogleGuy mentioned is only for reporting spam. Lets leave it that way ;-)
"If you see spam currently, feel free to report it at
with the keyword Gilligan and I'll ask folks to check out the reports though."
The datacenters have been in movement (sometimes very vigorous) for a week or so.
I would have thought that its a "pre-update" stage. But it might as well be the good old days "everflux", as GoogleGuy mentioned in his post.
Still see that the serps need a thorough cleaning, especially at top 10 listings in the sector I watch. This can´t be resolved by the "everflux" but by an update.
How do you know, I don't see it. I can think of no reason why gg would say no update if there is one.
But on the other hand I don't understand why there is still an update headline on ww frontpage.
GG might have shown up again BECAUSE of the headline, if this isn't an update. I'm sure Google doesn't want this news to go mainstream if it's not true.
Hope that helps..