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[edited by: tedster at 5:49 pm (utc) on Mar 1, 2010]
[edit reason] split from earlier thread [/edit]
nice catch whitenight.
I see caffeine on comcast as well. Do you often check comcast so you know it wasnt there before?
I usually check aol, no caffeine on there. Caffeine has been steady on all the caffeinated proxies I have been tracking though...still do not see it on my home or office locations.
Could be a good sign, hopefully it will be released sooner rather than later
hrmm....so what does it mean that my site has like 50 pages indexed on the comcast site, but like 800 on google.com?
Seems those serps on comcast also seem to be missing datasets.
but I noticed an odd change two days ago, and then another overnight. Traffic for some sites have increased over 200%
now caffeine cant be seen on my caffeine proxies or comcast.
If the backlink profile has anything to do with it, I still think it will be a daunting task to "change" it as you suggested.
[edited by: g1smd at 12:37 am (utc) on Mar 10, 2010]
One change in recent weeks, or certainly one that I haven't noticed before, is where Page A ranked for Keyword X and Page B did not contain that word and never has. Page A had very old, stale content and was deleted. An external redirect was added such that requests for URL A are now redirected to URL B. Interestingly, URL B now ranks for Keyword X even though that word is nowhere on the page, nor in the anchor text of any link (internal or external) pointing at the page, nor has ever been on the page.
[edited by: tedster at 4:23 pm (utc) on Mar 10, 2010]