__/ [ kommepc ] on Thursday 18 May 2006 06:46 \__
> I hope that somebody will be able to help with this.
> Basically, I have a site http://www.special-dictionary.com. The site
> index was growing for 9 month and reached 1,000,000 a month ago.
> However, currently it's loosing indexed pages and the number reached
> 200. Some points to mention:
> - the site has a lot of content that is consists from collections of
> acronyms, proverbs, phrases and personal names (around 1,500,000 pages
> in total).
> - the site has a Book Store and Dmoz listings.
> - GoogleBot visits the site at least every 30 minutes and opens more
> than 30,000 pages daily.
> - Many pages are not shown by "site:" command but returned in search
> results for some keywords.
> - the site is loosing its index and traffic from Google.
> Any helpful advise/ideas are greatly appreciated.
The short answer is "it's not you, it's them".
To quote from a separate thread:
__/ [ www.1-script.com ] on Wednesday 17 May 2006 18:08 \__
> First, he says site:mysite.com results cannot be trusted as the reliable
> indication of the number of pages indexed ON HYPHENATED DOMAINS. This
> would explain my misery 'cause most of my domains have hyphens in them.
Hope it helps,
Roy S. Schestowitz
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