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has anyone noticed when on Big Daddy DC you do a site: command on your site it brings back a number.
Ok now refresh countless times and you will notice it flips to another number.
My site is currently switching between 850 pages and 420,000!
Any ideas anyone?
[edited by: tedster at 10:41 pm (utc) on Feb. 6, 2006]
I see this sometimes on the first page of results but mostly every oher site from 20 - 100 and beyond is blackhat for many searches.
I think the loss of pages is a good sign, I'd been stuck at 450 for about 10 days or so. Google keeps spidering away at the site (Mozilla Googlbot and Googlebot 2.1).
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BillyS..... my site has 1,080 pages.
Guess what - aol is showing 1,080 pages for the site:mydomain search. Hoooray! (G still showing 14,000)
5,000,000 pages returned for my keyword (G still showing 44,000,000)
Hope this is indicative of BD spreading at last
My local Google is switching constantly between BD and non BD for one week.
Maybe it is just some flux.
Looks like a PR rollback rather than an update to me.
PR Rollback hitting a lot of DCs at the moment.
Still think that PR is not behaving correctly at the moment and not sure what is used on BD.
BD is on 14 of the 25 C-Classes that are shown on a well-known tool at the moment - cant wait until this is fully deployed and the new infastructure starts to work.
BTW Reseller - where are you?
The DCs which are showing different PR to me are definetly old - no doubt about it.
What I have been noticing is far too much weight being given to .co.uk and .ca sites in the USA serps.
So a common search would produce:
keyword.com (valuable site)
keyword.co.uk (Of no value in the USA)
keyword.ca (Of no value in the USA)
I would expect this on google.co.uk and google.ca, but not here.
It is making a mess of the serps with valuable sites that were in the top five results dropping down the page.
How do you access US Serps? - I can only access .com - which obv. should not be just for US serps or weighted in favour of US sites either - I cant access Google.us - it redirects to Google.com
I am saying this a bit tongue in cheek - of course a certain amount of local biased can take place in .com based on IP address - but .com is not for US sites.