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>>>Matt Cutts said on his blog:
"there may still be some movement going on till Sept. 30th or so, but I wouldn’t expect it to be a ton of movement." <<<<
Texasville, stats is a generic term for statistics, so it certainly isn't specific for "Server Stats," if that's what you're suggesting.
[edited by: Dead_Elvis at 4:48 pm (utc) on Sep. 13, 2006]
Not seeing the free fall in Serp's that i expect with this, i guess that will happen this weekend :(
Anyone else getting the same problem.
[edited by: Vimes at 4:02 am (utc) on Sep. 14, 2006]
1.Established websites been online for 6 years now.
2.They do have a large number of links pages and have done for an age.
3.I haven’t added a link to these sites in almost a year. October last year was the last reciprocal link exchange I did with these sites.
4.Pages are all indexed correctly and are without the supplemental tags.
5.Pr for what its worth is still the same (we’ll see on the next update when I guess tat will change)
6.Googlebot visits as it always has done no great changes in that.
7.We regularly check our linking partners’ pages to see if our links are still on their site. Admittedly the majority of these pages are other links pages. But these pages are still ranked and are indexed, PR Etc…
Any Ideas is this just a glitch on my sites or are there others out there in the same boat.
However, I think new link data will propagate to another DCs soon..
But I'm surprised!
The "updated" BL number resembels that of which was noticed on 64.233.187.--- during last month (August 2006).
Surpsrised because at that time GoogleGuy wrote about it [webmasterworld.com] :
It's Brett's decision to call something an update, but I agree this one isn't anything to write home about. Like Pluto, I think this would be a shrinking update; the SERPs aren't really changing. :)
I talked to one of the engineers who would know, and it turns out that it's an engineer who has grabbed the 64.233.187.whatever datacenter for himself to tinker around with making info: queries slightly more accurate. I don't expect the visible/external info: or backlink data to spread to other data centers (or if it did, not for a long time).
So have fun poking around over there if you really enjoy monitoring IP addresses, but just bear in mind that it's an engineer tinkering by himself, not part of a larger trend or an upcoming update.
Sooooooooo..I'm wondering ;-)