__/ [ Gerard ] on Saturday 11 March 2006 13:45 \__
> So Google apparently blacklisted my site www.majstro.com (though one
> can of course never be sure about such things). No big deal, mainly
> their loss.
> But when I absent-mindedly entered "site:www.majstro.com" (I meant to
> type another URL), I got a list of 940 pages, even though according to
> "info:www.majstro.com" Google has no information about that site.
If "site:www.majstro.com" returns reults, your site has not been banned.
That's the test that Google themselves are using to verify banishment.
> Then I entered the intended query "site:www.erotikejo.com", and got 151
> pages. A few seconds later I entered the same query again, and this
> time Google told me it had cached only 16 pages. This alternation
> between 151 and 16 pages has been going on for a long time (and in both
> cases the cached copies are not exactly up-to-date).
Datacentres. Don't worry. If you get banned, you just get toppled overnight.
I might be wrong here, but I have a fair bit of confidence about this. Try
It will be helpful, trust me.
> It begins to look like Google's technology cannot keep up with its
> ambitions. Too bad, it used to be the best search engine, but nothing
> lasts forever, especially on the Internet.
Nothing better has come up yet. Believe me, I have checked and I keep
checking every now and then. The only exception is Wikipedia. My search
toolbar in Firefox is always pointed Wikipedia. Anything which I believe
should exists in Wikipedia lead it to taking precedence.
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