__/ [ Stacey ] on Saturday 01 April 2006 23:51 \__
> "Jeauxy" <rjm314@xxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>I had been using Google as a fast way to locate one of my 900 plus
>> webpages, most of which are book reviews. I'd simply put a unique word
>> from the book or its review and do a Current Site search making sure I
>> was on my website. Lately I've been drawing blank stares from Google
>> --- it will give me only pages on my site which contains links to the
>> requested review (even if I use the full title as search string). So I
>> switched to Yahoo Search and it gives me the requested page every time.
>> On a hunch I did a Site Search on Google and found only 142 or pages,
>> but in Yahoo I get 940 or so. Sure enough, the Current Site search only
>> works on Google for those 142 pages.
>> I'm at a lost to understand what's happening and all I get is bafflegab
>> back from Google. Can anyone help me sort this out. I'm new to this
>> Newsgroup, so please no Acronym Soup.
> Are those pages closely related and have some of the same content? Do they
> have different titles and such? Google will sometimes not index pages of a
> site if some are very similar.
> HTH(Hope This Helps)
(OT) I thought it also stands for "Happy To Help"... no?
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