__/ [Antipodean Bucket Farmer] on Wednesday 11 January 2006 19:18 \__
> In article
> , markrush@xxxxxxxxx says...
>> ...either that or my fixing a link on my site (it went to
>> http://iosilver.co.uk/file... for some reason???) was the reason for my
>> having a PR of 0 and a position of nowhere... now its fixed, im 33rd
> In about the past 24 hours, one of my sites went from
> about 49K pages indexed to about 43K pages indexed.
> This is using the "site:www.sampledomain.com" query.
Are you sure you were not just assigned to different datacentres? Roughly 5%
of a change is acceptable, especially if thousands of pages have been
added/crawled recently. Try taking an overview at:
Hope it helps,
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