On Tue, 12 Jul 2005 10:21:17 -0600, "Mikkel Møldrup-Lakjer"
>"Roy Schestowitz" <firstname.lastname@example.org> skrev i en meddelelse
>> First of all, how old is your blog? How well-ranked is it? You said it was
>> new and grace is given to new Web sites.
>It is only from last Friday July 8th. It was already very well ranked for
>> Secondly, if it only disappeared last night, you may be too quick to
>> speculate and be tempted to paranoia. I can assure you that Google will
>> cull out and omit blogs, some of which have better content than
>> hierarchical sites.
>I hoped not :-)
>> What files do you host on your personal site? Graphics? A mirror?
>> text content from you site? Using Blogger for SEO?
>I do absolutely no dubious stuff. The rest of my personal site still ranks
>fine, only the blog-subdirectory has disappeared from Google.
>However, having read your thoughts about the possibility that search engines
>might penalise you because of Microsoft critical content on your pages, I am
>thinking of removing my links to Google Watch :-)
>> How many other blogs have you checked to reach the conclusion found in the
>> subject line?
>Just a handful, that's why I put the question mark in the subject line :-)
>> Overall, it sounds to me like a temporary problem. Give it a few days, go
>> out, have a nice time and if time does not do the trick, then start
>> ahead at a solution.
>All right, I will try and stay calm :-) I really hope this is a temporary
>problem. Don't like these schocks though.
They have and they continue to occur with a dismaying inevitability.
Back when you had the regular monthly Googledance every month there
were folk in here comlaining their site had vanished. Most often it
would reappear a month or a few weeks later not much different in rank
from when it disappeared.
These days the same complaints are made but they come sporadically
which can arguably be put down to Google now effecting a rolling
seo that watches the river flow...