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Until Jagger3 hits - then this is worth watching - and for a while afterwards.
But if Spacey knows what is going to happen - any chance of letting the rest of us know ;)
[edited by: Dayo_UK at 7:12 pm (utc) on Nov. 2, 2005]
You will get 2 results.
1. A site that copied this sentence from my website.
2. and a supplemental result of a site that used http-proxy to steal my site.
My site is not listed for that sentence. now press the "repeat the search with the omitted results included" link and my site will pop up. I have been outrank by a supplemental result....boy I must be a very bad at what I am doing. BTW my site is gone on serps...A pure White hat site.
Maybe I'll keep that site for MSN(page 1) and Yahoo(page 2) and make a new site just to target G.
Oh well, the results overall are better and that would seem to G's goal.
There is no internal duplicate content on my site.
Also, I'm not using php, this site is just simple html.
But as far as external dupe content goes, I can copy and paste random sentences from pretty much every page of the site and put them in google and find 30 other sites that stole that entire article. But this is a long standing problem that hasn't effected me before. I don't know if it is now, but if so, what could I do about it? Report 100+ sites to Google?
Problem is a site that is never updated or changed for several years is unlikely to be deserving of a top spot in the index.
So the fact that such pages held high-rankings for so-long indicate things were broken before. Removal of such sites is actually an indicator of improvement.
Unless your site is based on ancient history.
aeiouy, do you realize what little sense that statement makes? You are basically saying that good information becomes less useful over time.
18.104.22.168 results are also spreading... for one, to my own default DC, but minus the previously "sandboxed" sites. 22.214.171.124 is showing previously "sandboxed" sites in the very top positions.... I see the spread of that DC as a way to find out whether these new sites introduced to the index deserve a top spot, if they do, they will be added into the final results. If they don't make the final cut, well... out they go again.
Whats going to happen to Supplemental pages? Whats gonna happen to pages that have non www->www 301 redirects? Is it gonna be so earth shattering?
I have a feeling the impact of that alone won't be so heavy.
No it might be subtle to start with. Especially as G has not crawled my site properly due to the problem - therefore I cant just come back - just like that - but as GG said a day or so ago - this is going to be the new base going forward.
See my post though a page or so back.
On 126.96.36.199, one of the site's I have been waiting 10 months to come out of sandbox has finally poped out...but on 188.8.131.52 there seems to be no changes then what I've been seeing in the last few weeks....
Throughout this entire update...I have yet to do a Google.com search thats directs me to results that appear on the DCs listed within this thread......
And why is there an "ENGLISH" subtitle below the Google DC pages?
Google needs some more processing power! <<<
haha....ya ...HEY G__GLE!....your welcome to borrow some of our servers!....only condition is that you must let me be an onlooker ... ;-P
Yes, that DC is back to showing the old results, not the new ones. I'm not going to spend all day chasing down around the new serps, anyone that looked when I first posted got a glimpse. Closest to the final I can find with a quick search is 184.108.40.206, which includes previously "sandboxed" sites.
Did you see my post in Supporters a month or so ago:-