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  1. #1
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    I've got a quick question.

    I have one page that has completely disappeared from Google this month (www1). It is nowhere to be found in the new index.

    But...it is listed on www2 and www3.

    I had always thought that after the udpate the www1, www2, and www3 were in alignment until the next update. I keep seeing big differences in the three on a daily basis. Anyone got a clue what this means or if it is significant?

    thx

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    yep. I see the same thing everyday. The one thing they all have in common is that the data for my inbound links doesnt factor into the listings or rankings :mad: :mad: :mad:

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    Some people on other forums have a theory that the www1 problems are causing the 0 rank problems as well. I guess we will have to stay tuned.

    [ 01-04-2002: Message edited by: malibber ]

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    Thanks for the feedback.

    At first I thought the differences were a good sign that the update hadn't finished, but now its just wierd.

    Hopefully the next reindex will get things back to "normal", whatever that may be.

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    Was checking stats and a search term on google. Noticed that my site was marked fresh Jan 04. Guess something is still going on with the googlebot.

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    Hi Everyone,
    From what I can see after some pretty extensive surfing, is that Google's indexing and PR system is dazed and confused in a very big way.

    I see many sites that are nothing more than a single page loaded with affiliate banners carrying PR's as high as 7, while other sites, with very good content and topical related links carrying the big fat ZERO PR...

    The ball most definately is in GOOGLE's court. Sort this mess out...

    "I came close to panicking... but then I realised what I was up against."

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