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Does anyone have any input on why if this (June 27) is a mistake it is taking so long to fix?
[edited by: tedster at 7:44 pm (utc) on July 18, 2006]
Filtering spam and text link buyers a little more it seems.
I had a new theory, after the new changes July 27th
www.example.com was my first domain created 1997
As I found it difficult to add new content to the old www.example.com, I created several theme oriented sub domains.
On the main logo are 5 mouse overs and links to all other
theme oriented subdomains.
But no theme oriented sub domain had a link to
the old www.example.com
The old www.example.com has the same logo with
5 mouse overs and links.
But there are 6 theme oriented subdomains.
So I decided, that the most unimportant
theme orinted subdomain will be not linked from www.example.com
So www.example.com links on each of the around 400 pages to
but not to
r.example.com is the only subdomain with normal Google
All the other subdomains only receiving links, but not making links to www.example.com are filtered.
So I over worked July 28 the logo area.
Now are there 6 mouse overs and links to all other subdomains AND to www.example.com
Any ideas about this theory?
Your subdomain theory ---
What's the effect in Google?
until June 27 all worked great
June 27 to July 27:
r.example.com continued to work normal
r.example.com work normal, all other filtered with 90% less Google traffic.
General discussion of the 27 July refresh continues here: Specific discussion of the "2 KW Term filter" can be found here: [edited by: tedster at 8:33 pm (utc) on July 29, 2006]
Specific discussion of the "2 KW Term filter" can be found here:
[edited by: tedster at 8:33 pm (utc) on July 29, 2006]