__/ [ redfoot ] on Wednesday 26 April 2006 16:44 \__
> To all the gurus out there, maybe you can answer this?
> I have a website that is well indexed or so I thought. When a do a
> site:mysite.com from home in Florida, I get 20,000 results. When I do
> the same from work, which is ported through a proxy server in Maryland,
> it only shows 6. I have tried this on a few different days and get the
> same results. It did not used to be that way. My site sells products
> and we want to sell to people all over the country and not just where
> we are located.
> Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
Type in your site's address in the textbox at http://www.yourcache.com/
and see if you can spot misalignments. It's possible that different
datacentres are assigned to each location and they will sooner or later be
I am not aware of cross-state differences in search results delivery, but
there are definitely such differences as you move from one country to
another. None of these variation is radical, I guess. That said,
situations as such usually involve search phrases (not site indexing) and
have language or location taken into account.
Hope it helps,
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