__/ [ Big Bill ] on Saturday 15 April 2006 14:28 \__
> On Sat, 15 Apr 2006 08:44:29 -0400, "canadafred"
> <admin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>"Borek" <m.borkowski@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> It just occured to me... In the last two weeks I am observing my pages
>>> going up for the few KWs I am tracing. I thought it is effect of some
>>> earlier SEO actions, but I have just realized something. Lately there are
>>> numerous posters here crying their sites were dropped from index. One of
>>> my sites (ph-meter) was partially dropped from index too. So perhaps my
>>> climbing is just a side effect of less competition?
As PHP SoftGroups said, your competitor never sleeps. Never assume this.
>>That is precisely what I have been observing as well. I watched 20
>>competitors drop out into the SERP oblivion these last two weeks. Most of
>>these were "directory" type web sites that consisted of a conglomerate of
>>business listings operating under one umbrella.
Banned sites and evolving algorithms can lead to this, assuming you continue
to wear a crystal-clean, white hat.
>>They can't say they weren't fairly warned.
> There used to be a lot of them above me.
Doorway pages are combatted too. I used to see them, but they just seem to
drop to oblivion recently.
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