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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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Copra and Turd are still in the majority, Skata "seems" to be on the decline, being replaced with something that isn't quite Copra or Turd.
Let me know if you want me to sticky you with a couple phrases to check in order to see the differences.
Correct me if I am wrong, but I was under the impression that results from the 72.14... IP's were purely datacenters, and not part of production?
Our keywords are fluctuating drastically..One minute I can see this competitive keyword on Page 1 Pos. 10, the next minute (hitting the search again) I can see it on Page 9 Position 100, no clue what's going on..
The keywords are very competitive keywords, we have tried pushing to the top for a while..
Last night the results where absolutely "great"..
This morning every computer sees different results..
Anyone having the same issue?
Copra is down to 23 datacenters, but now the TURD results are getting better. The way things are going, I will be in the top 10 for both TURD and COPRA, and it wont matter which flavor of fecal matter that Google is serving.
Now, It would be really nice if Google would inform us, whats going on with this update, or whether their will ever be stable results again, or if they are in the middle of technical troubles or growning pains.
Might save their datacenters from a few millon hits from us datacenter watching people.
How about it Google people, we know you are lurking out their, reading our forums during coffee and lunch breaks, while getting a few laughs at this thread. Why not put us in the loop.
I see the number of indexed pages here to be much higher than other DC's, and site:mysite.com search is working.
However, I am not sure what this proves, as there is alot of DC's, and at any point in time any series of results could take precedence and propogate.
Either google has gone back to old data, or they are starting to refer searches to my sites, but not showing any indexing in the site: request.
This happened about 2 months ago for a week and then no more referrals from google. Hopefully this time the referrals keep coming.
"What ever happened to this new Google guy, Adam?"
To be fair, Adam is new at the plex and we should give him more time.
Having said that, recently Google's employees haven't said any specific thing of value. Just very generic and elastic statements.
Lets hope, after their summer vacations, they might come up with something of value for this and other threads.
The "front page ranking instead of the correct page" phenomenon seems to have particlularly gone haywire.