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Different data Centers

different data centers

10:10 pm on Oct 10, 2007 (gmt 0)

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I am one of the unlucky ones who has gone down from number 1 to about 49.
I waited for my site to be re-cached in the hope it would regain its position.

2 days ago (the 8th) I noticed that for that search term, my site had beed re-cached, but I also noticed that for other search terms, it had the original cache date of 22/9. I believed I had just caught the results before they were to be updated.

But 2 days later I see the same thing. One search term has one cache date and another search term has another original cache date for the same homepage.

It is as if they use different data bases for different search terms, although it has to be said this is a 2 word term and then a third word added to make a 3 word term, so very similar.

Is anyone else seeing this?

Is it possible that there is a database for one word search terms another for 2 word search terms another for 3 etc, etc.?

What are your thoughts


12:34 pm on Oct 11, 2007 (gmt 0)

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Flanok, unlucky here too. Perhaps we're still in the old Algo Data Base.
About 80% of my pages haven't even been indexed yet into the new Algo. The 20% that are indexed are nowhere to be found...except my index page and a few other key pages. My pages are all white hat, low kw density, plenty of legit incoming links, good content, etc.

Yes, the serps have improved, BUT their indexing sucks.

I haven't a clue as to where to go from here...except to wait. PLUS, for the last 2 days MSN Submit has been down, so you can't even resubmit some key pages.

Please post any new developements on your end.
Fish Texas

[edited by: Fish_Texas at 12:35 pm (utc) on Oct. 11, 2007]