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On the latter DC there is a big cleanup of older Supplemental Results in progress.
[edited by: tedster at 3:53 am (utc) on Aug. 18, 2006]
Wish the friends at the plex better luck next time :-)
On a lighter note, I'm happy with the current SERPs that we have been seeing since the 17th. Whatever it was that they changed, I'm seeing 5-10 times more traffic on some sites.
Are these datancenters active? Do you think this is an abnormal fluctuation or dare I hope this bodes well for the future of my site?
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[edited by: tedster at 3:20 pm (utc) on Aug. 25, 2006]
"OK, my default google give me now the same serps as 22.214.171.124 the end of the summer is arrived!"
In fact I asked GoogleGuy about "the end of the summer". He said the end of the third quarter of the year , if I recall correctly. I.e the end of September not the end of August ;-)
Other people report changes in listed backlinks recently too.
I still think things will be brewing and mixing for a few weeks before a proper rollout of whatever is about to happen occurs.
Just now things have started moving again. I'm not posting dc's because recent experience tells me that they mean nothing.
But the important thing is that we are on the move once more...
joined:June 11, 2005
I did see some DC changes yesterday in my sector (Photographic), but all seems to have calmed down again now. From memory of these tweaks in the past, it's nothing unusual to watch some mad flip-flopping for a few days and then a week or two of gradual implementation.
I think that people have been so fed up with Google of late, that they get excited at the prospect of an update. I've learnt, by bitter experience, to wait it out ... get out of the house, away from my screen and not get too obsessed about it. Beach Barbeque planned this weekend, so see you guys again on Tuesday ...
All the Best
I just ran 3 top 10 (norm index) results from 3 market segments and all the results are relative (#1 as same, a #2 was 4 and #2 stayed the same)
All seems fine....
>>"lousy" is not even half of my thinking for "126.96.36.199" but who am I to judge :) <<
Please don't talk like that about The Mother of The New Infrastructure 188.8.131.52 (:(
lets wait and see how it looks like at the end of September. Hopefully much much better than what you see now.
I was seeing the same serps as that yesterday on my default .co.uk - has now gone though.
My site only emerged from the Sandbox in the last week or so and this update has moved the site to #5 for the main keyword in my industry.
I'm now seeing consistent results at 184.108.40.206, gfe-eh.google.com and at google.co.uk ...