On Fri, 15 Jul 2005 13:40:24 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
>Paul Burke wrote:
>> On Fri, 15 Jul 2005 00:28:39 +0200, Borek
>> <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>On Fri, 15 Jul 2005 00:19:35 +0200, Borek
>>>> 18.104.22.168 reports for me new IBL and new PageRank. Below my
>>>> expectations I must say.
>>>Hmmm, my dmoz link is not counted, even if it is at least month old...
>> I've seen no change what-so-ever on any of my sites. Not even to pages
>> that were added on the day of the last update.
>> I am gagging for them to be updated.
>It seems to me like some domains haven't been 'touched' yet. I wouldn't
>worry about it.
Well, my sites are on american servers and in the past they have been
updated pretty quickly.
>As I said, it's probably not an algorithm tweaking issue.
>Remember that Google have the huge task of assigning numbers to billions of
>pages. It is not a matter of working under the table and then flipping it
>over to have complete updates occur within a second. This is being applied
>in staged 'patched' as like somebody stated already, will probably all
>finish on the 21st of June. Until then, it is healthier to ignore PageRank.
>If it helps, disable the visibility of PageRank for a week. This will put
>to end all the speculations and paranoia.
Still no sign of any change. (16.32 GMT)
I have noticed a BIG change in my SERPS in yahoo. Dropped 2-300 places
for some keywords. [:(
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