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But think I will keep having the same problem as with Inktomi......... they only reads my robots.txt........
anybody knows how to contact yahoo? written Inktomi twice, but nothing change, and robots.txt are ok.
Now, one of my sites is listed within Y!, G indexed 50,000+ pages, other SEs doing well too, just this new Y! index knows 6 pages only from that big site.
Don't really understand what's going on, anyone wants to start guessing, advising on Y! SEO?
This is the only one of all my sites (widgets.net) together with the store.widgets.com that do not show up.
widgets.net 6 pages, it's a heavily portal-like-structured site with directory, articles, e-mail, forum, news, weather and the likes.
store.widgets.net no page indexed whatsoever, runs AWS on ASP.NET - similar programs show up fine in Y!
Do I get penelized for having a Yahoo!-like site?!?
Yahoo dumps Google search technology
Last modified: February 17, 2004, 9:17 PM PST
By Jim Hu and Stefanie Olsen
Staff Writer, CNET News.com
Yahoo dropped Google as the default search technology provider for its U.S.-based sites late Tuesday, signaling the beginning of the end for the Web's most high-profile marriage of convenience.
The change occurred at 9:30 p.m.
Guess I can still buy my way in ;)
Is this change official news and complete? or will this be a phased incremental rollout?
But is this manageable? What's your take?
I liked the feature but don't really trust the impact.
Is Yahoo doing some kind of dance too?
You are seeing Inktomi or Yahoo/Inktomi results or variants thereof coming online... then sometimes disappearing for a while.
Your question brings up an interesting thought. Should we expect Yahoo/Inktomi dances in the future?
I've never noticed a big event with an Inktomi update, just generally an overnight change... but will they ignore the public relations value of this kind of week-long event in the future?