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Google reinclusion form changed!

Now how to submit one?

     
6:26 pm on Sep 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

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It apperas that Matt Cutt's URL for reinclusion requests has changed and it no longer supports that function.

[google.com...]

Any idea what the new URL for the request is?

6:45 pm on Sept 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I think they want you to do it via the Webmaster tools now (Sitemaps)
8:16 pm on Sept 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

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WebWalla's absolutely right.

Putting the reinclusion request within Sitemaps has actually been quite helpful in a lot of ways; in particular, it's prompted Webmasters to do some self-troubleshooting with our new tools, often highlighting simple steps they can take to fix problems that have prevented their sites from getting crawled, and saving them from the futility of filing a reinclusion request when they weren't "unincluded" intentionally, though it hasn't as of yet prevented Google employees from writing run-on sentences. Unfortunately.

11:55 pm on Sept 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

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"it's prompted Webmasters to do some self-troubleshooting with our new tools, often highlighting simple steps they can take to fix problems that have prevented their sites from getting crawled"
Where exactly are the tools you are talking about? I'd love to use them, but if you are talking about the pages where you have the web crawl errors then they are not much use for troubleshooting. You might be aware that there are pages Google can't find or there has been a hickup on the MySQL server but that's it. Next time everything might be working fine.
What I REALLY would like is to get an email when Google find a duplicate content or something, if it is such a big deal like everybody is saying. It would be SOOO easy for Google to do that since they have all the info they need if you have a sitemap account.
 

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