Big Bill wrote:
> On Mon, 07 Feb 2005 06:14:15 +0000, Roy Schestowitz
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>>2 days ago my site was taken off-line for maintenance at the host's side.
>>The duration of the downtime was about 10 hours.
>>Some hours ago I found that my site is not listed among the very obvious
>>queries that it dominated for a long time. The site was listed as usual
>>until some time ago.
>>Is this normal? Is there a lag perhaps? Are the data warehouses acting up
>>in some expected manner?
>>Thanks for any advice,
>>PS - I have looked up some forums on this topic, but didn't find an answer
>>that applied to my situation.
> It's possible that Googlebot came calling when you were down and has
> dropped you. You'll get back in on the next spidering, I imagine.
> Which could be later today, or a million years, or next Tuesday
> (tra-la-la), depending probably upon how often you updated your
> content and upon how often sites that link to you update their
> You'll have to sit this one out, I'm afraid. Shouldn't be more than a
> few days though really, I wouldn't think. If it is then come back and
> we'll (us here) think of something.
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Thanks for humouring me, Bill. This has upset me all morning because Google
bring me almost 200 unique visitors per day.
I appreciate hearing what I have suspected to be the case from somebody