__/ [Paul] on Tuesday 18 October 2005 01:19 \__
> On Tue, 18 Oct 2005 02:13:37 +0200, Borek
> <borek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>There is some kind of Google dance going on. I have a KW/page
>>that is reported as 6th, 149th and 289th on different datacenters -
>>and every 10 minutes results are different - SERPS are more or
>>less constant, but their assignement to datacenters changes.
>>Page was not modified in the last few months, also it is one of
>>pages without IBLs - or at least without IBLs that I created
> Hi Borek
> Glad to see I am not the only one suffering. I had over 50 k/w that
> were #1. Now I have about 5 that are #1 and the rest have dropped - in
> some cases - 500 places or more. Most have sropped about 150 places.
> I just hope it all bounces back.
Borek, SERP's that I regularly keep track of are not quite so
recognisable. I see quite a few new entries and the order of
URL's changes although not as wildly as Paul describes. I guess
it needs a little bit of time to reach an equilibrium, that is,
we need to wait until the algorithm completes a pass through the
entire data rather than observe the effect of mere 'patches'.
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