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Erecting wall around perimeter.
Throwing bright orange tarp over the whole shebang. Weighting tarp down with cinder blocks.
Seen recovery several times before since April, and don't want to see them blown away again.
So what if it's just 30% of total pages. Good eCPM delisted pages back and again high in SERPs. All pages cached as of July 1 or 2 -- _this_year_. Nary a Supplemental in the bunch.
Coincidence this is concurrent with Matt Cutts' return?
Quick, what's the number for the California National Guard?
Kidding aside, this is the fifth or sixth Google collapse back onto itself since the April meltdown.
Pattern is always the same:
-- Supplemetals with July 2005 cache dates disappear.
-- Fair precentage of regular listed pages reappear -- with current cache dates.
-- Delisted pages reappear in SERPs and resume earnings in AdSense where they left off.
One day passes. Maybe part of a second day.
-- Supplementals reappear with cache dates like "20 Jul 2005 19:47:35 GMT".
-- Regular listings drop from SERPs down to a bare minimum.
-- Relisted pages become delisted again--disappear from SERPs and AdSense.
It's like Google has fallen and it can't get up. It's stuck midway through the year 2005 -- with the one year anniversary fast approaching.
I am seeing none of this. The rankings for my site have now been constant for about 4 weeks or more. Still some supplementals but hopefully that will be sorted soon. The cache date is 29th June 2006 and the site: search shows on the first site. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but some of the sites are showing everything working sort of normal but hopefully should get better listings once everyone elses site is fixewd too.
I'm glad for you.
You seem to have some equilibrium.
For me it's been a seesaw since April. Identical snapshot up. Identical snapshot down. Up. Down. Up. Down. Hardly any in-between states.
Errrr...just checked...Supplementals gone again.
If regular listings expand tomorrow...the seesaw starts anew.