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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]
This trend seems to have gone back to the way it was, since Feb 10th.
I have been in MSN and Yahoo for awhile now, but it was nice to see referal traffic from search.google in the stats for the first time.
I have just checked at McDar and the site is starting to appear again at a couple of IP's.
Certainly seems like they applied something, then rolled it back and are just starting to apply it again.
As you know though, everyting in the universe always happens in 3's, so this attempt is bound to be rolled back as well. It'll be the third go that will stick :)
It is a matter of paying attention to business and letting Google do its thing.
Almost every time I find a site (eg via mcdar) that I'm sure is BD, the Froogle link is broken.
Why would this be? Is it possible that with the BD transition that AdWords is also being adversely affected?
(in spirit of the almost dead thread.. observations, analysis and remarks).