__/ [ Borek ] on Wednesday 15 March 2006 09:22 \__
> On Wed, 15 Mar 2006 10:25:52 +0100, Michael Roberts
> <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> For the past few weeks or so, i have found that some days we are listed
>> page one of Google for our main search term and then the next day we are
>> not listed at all. I'm baffled why this is happening as we were
>> on page 1 before , with no days of not being listed.
>> Can anyone please enlighten me? URL is www.allansmithantiqueclocks.co.uk
>> I would be happy to send the search term privately if anyone thinks they
>> shed light on this . Michael Roberts
> Please search this group for my comments on datacenters and fro Big Bill
> comments on the BigDaddy and Google hardware upgrade.
You site is not banned and nothing appears to have been panelised for. These
patterns of appearance and disappearance are something which I have seen a
lot of recently (more than before). Even a number one site for a particular
phrase just disappears and re-appears sporadically
Certain datacentres that you are bound to for a day or two should probably
take the blame. Try using other datacentres by connecting to individual IP
addresses rather than let the domain names redirect you transparently. Also,
if you are using Firefox, get the ShowIP extension. It will help you better
understand what is going on.
Hope it helps,
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