__/ [Paul Burke] on Friday 09 September 2005 01:23 \__
> On Thu, 8 Sep 2005 16:54:07 -0700, Antipodean Bucket Farmer
> <usenet2005@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>In article <df0rd6$1q4t$2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
>>> __/ [Antipodean Bucket Farmer] on Monday 29 August 2005 22:53 \__
>>> > Hi, Everybody,
>>> > Has Google done a major shuffle within about the past
>>> > four days?
>>> > Using a "site:www.somedomain.com" query shows that I
>>> > have just dropped from 70K+ pages down to 30K+. That
>>> > lower number had been showing for some time, and the
>>> > higher number had only lasted for two or three weeks
>>> > recently.
>>> > Anybody else getting this?
>>> No change here. Check for differences across datacentres using one of
>>> the following:
>>OK, as of yesterday, I am now back up to 70k+ again for
>>all of the the data centres listed on the "yourcache"
> If you think thats weird, a few weeks ago yourcache.com was showing -1
> (minus one) across all DCs
That's quite acceptable. It must have been merely an error code. You would
have had more of a reason to worry had a number like 50k was reported. By
the way, I included yourcache.com in a list of good tools that I assembled
I truly think it might be valuable to people in this newsgroup. I think of
it as my SEO 'toolbox', which I can quickly access from my portal.
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