"Roy Schestowitz" <firstname.lastname@example.org> skrev i en meddelelse
> Mikkel Møldrup-Lakjer wrote:
> July 8th?!?! Come on... who are we kidding? *smile* Up for 2-3 days and
> gone for half a day? An implication of millions of blogs penalised as a
It just seems strange as it is the first time I have experienced that new
pages are first indexed, then disappear from the index.
I didn't say all of those blogs, I just noticed that a few other and _older_
blogs than mine, that were indexed before, have also disappeared. I have
looked some more, and many blogger.com blogs are still indexed, while many
others, picked by random, are not indexed by Google - and thus no Google
cache can be displayed for those pages.
> If only a sub-directory was excluded, you have no reason to worry.
Isn't it strange though?
Maybe I should put a new file in the same directory, a file created by me
and not by the blogging tool. To see what Google does.
>> 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 :-)
> I am glad to have found out that you read me drivel. Always remember that
> search engines are commercial companies, not public services like the
> Yellow Pages. Even Yellow Pages promote businesses for money, e.g. by
> making colourful big ads. Yahoo will charge you a handful to be included
> a Goddamn directory.
> Get used to these shocks. I have have had many big shocks when my site was
> attacked, when Google missed me in its indexing cycle (DNS migration at
> that exact same time) and when my site got suspended for being exposed to
> XML-RPC attacks. We live and learn.