On Sat, 26 Nov 2005 07:29:05 +0000, Roy Schestowitz
>__/ [Maro] on Friday 25 November 2005 22:01 \__
>> <chad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> I have updated my website and about two weeks after doing so was
>>> ranking high under several search terms that we optimized for. I
>>> checked today and two of the pages we optimized are no longer ranking
>>> even in the first ten pages. I don't know what happened. HELP!
>What is the Web address and what are the search terms you aim for or keep
>track of? Particulars would make it easier to judge.
>> If you are referring to Google, I guess your site was affected by Jagger3!
>> It was a disaster for some webmasters! Did you check on different DCs?
>I don't know what was meant by "no ranks". If this was a reference to
>PageRank, Jabber should not have affected it. Ranks in search results have
>indeed changed enormously at places, so naming Jagger as the culprit seems
>As for me, one of the victims of that update, I see a slow, progressive
>'Jagger rebound'. I hope it continues.
I'm on the upski too. Like I said earlier, it's like a big ripple
going though my site and some serps are beginning to point their
little snouts towards the surface.
The buffalo have gone