__/ [Big Bill] on Tuesday 08 November 2005 13:20 \__
> On Tue, 08 Nov 2005 12:48:52 +0000, Roy Schestowitz
> <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>__/ [Big Bill] on Tuesday 08 November 2005 12:29 \__
>>> It's hitting me now for some terms, not for others. It varies across
>>> the datacentres, as you would expect. ...
>>I begin to see pages coming back from nowhere into page 1. Only few data-
>>centres are affected and everything is sporadic and patchy. Sometimes I
>>aim at particular datacentres and sometimes I get assigned ones which are
>>up-to-date. I have absolutely no idea how this will end up, but I try to
>>avoid taking a look. Lifting my hopes up and then down to the ground is a
>>> ... I obviously can't sit here 24/7
>>> checking this out but I would suspect it's actually going through
>>> every page I have and shuffling them, some more than others. A tool to
>>> record this and create reports would be useful, may I suggest to the
>>> developers among you.
>>Have you tried any of these tools where you can identify your rank for a
>>given SERP across various datacentres? Maybe you can script requests?
> I'm sure you actually mean maybe *you* can script requests. Sounds
> awfully (eeek!) techie to me.
A lot could be re-used...
John could modify his Perl script/s to repeatedly be run while many dif-
ferent datacentres (IP addresses) are attempted in turn. You could output
everything to assemble a report. I wouldn't dare to run such scripts be-
cause they can leads to Goo-gal banishment and I have fixed IP addresses.
At least twice in the past I thought (paranoia) I got banned because I did
some heavy computations at their expense. I no longer do it.
If you are using a Web services to do similar things, it is those services
that hammer on the Goo-gal datacentres and finally deliver the reports to
the user. Scroogle do similar things.
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