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Now this is interesting.
A site with 40 000 "real" pages and some 80 000 duplicate content pages excluded using robots.txt (it's a forum - see my prior posts about vbulletin) and still some 80 000 duplicate pages that are not yet so excluded.
Additionally some 500 000 non-thread pages also excluded in robots.txt and most of those already delisted. The whole site is listed as www; nothing is listed as non-www at all.
Looking purely at indexed threads:
site:domain.com shows 90 000 www pages all as normal results; including some duplicate content that will eventually be excluded.
site:domain.com -inurl:www shows 24 000 www pages all of which are marked as Supplemental Results and all of which also have an old cache date. This search should show zero results. It certainly should not be showing www pages at all, the search was for "-inurl:www". What is going on?
[edited by: tedster at 8:44 pm (utc) on June 13, 2006]
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yip definately 34 DCs now showing the results. The defining factor that I am watching is the DCs starting with 72.** as the copra results havent shown on there at all and still don't but maybe just maybe it is happening just now again we will have to wait with baited breath and see.
According to nslookup the results are below:
> nslookup google.com
> nslookup www.google.com
www.google.com canonical name = www.l.google.com.
If I'm not mistaken, the IP's for the lookup for google.com minus the 22.214.171.124 IP are the newest. In other words I think the 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52 IPs are the newest.
Can anyone else come up with different results?
-=-Thanks in Advance
The non www issue, hijacking and 302 redirecting issue is cleared, which is great, but still no ranking and now I see every page is supplemental agian, I thought they would clear this problem.
Do ANY here rank again after such a googlebug.
Anyone else see this?
Yes, I had a same experience, but I have really bad feelings also.
When I search to my main keyword or parent keyword (example "blue widget"), I seen the result number tripled!
I was on first page, but my site dissapered from SERP for those keywords. Really terrifying.
I done some research with keywords like "little blue widget" or "little blue widget store" but as I see, the number of the results didn't changed, my position still good. My traffic didn't changed also and I hope never will.
So far, all I have done is just submitted my site to several directories with similar anchor text in the past 4 month. I never used blackhat tricks.
I just planned an article campaing, but the time has come, when I don't dare to do anything, because of Google.
1. reciprocal links are discounted
2. intelligent internal links give you something
3. very important is the history trend of your linkpopularity
Regarding the link trend I checked it with Market Leap (Trend/History report ) and all sites gaining rang have an increasing trend.....
I can easily understand where the "TURD' results got its name, but COPRA "definition: the dried meat of the coconut from which oil is extracted" is beyond me.
You need to get the latin definition of "copra" as in "copraphage". Hint the dung beetle is a copraphage. The word phage meaning "eater.
Kopra is not latin but greek, as usual -:) from the Greek word kopros, see enchantedlearning.com/subjects/dinosaur/glossary/Coprolite.shtml
In MODERN greek, mainly the plural of the word is now used – “koprana” to describe both animal and human dung. A “copraphage” (koprofagos in greek) is indeed someone eating dung - not seeing anyone here around by the way- oohhh, there, I see a Googler hehehe
“Fage” or "Phage" means “eat!” in the infinitive form.
There is a brand of delicious dairy products, named “FAGE” which are exported from Greece to mainly Europe but perhaps also to USA. Please go to fage.gr, click on “English” – their yoghurt is hhmmmm.
Also see here myword.info/sendword.php?copro_1-a (excerpt:: "copro" is from "kopros" (dung) spoken by people of Greece starting about 1000 B.C.”)
I guess it's nice to learn things while dcwatching, don't you agree?