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Posted 06 October 2003 - 12:27 PM
Google bots were all over me the last couple of days, visiting a total of 61 times, yet the old pages are what appear.
Can anyone help?
Posted 06 October 2003 - 12:33 PM
Posted 06 October 2003 - 12:43 PM
You certainly haven't been dropped, or we wouldn't be able to see the cached version of the old page. I'd suggest giving it a week or two.
Devilfinder appears to just display a few pages of Google results on a single page. They obviously don't take themselves too seriously:
In 1979 Jaime Medina led a 20 man development team from all parts of the globe including Asia, Africa, South America and the US to come up with DevilFinder Technology. It was fairly new at the time and everybody in the team was scared, but they soon realized DevilFinder's potential... They where not scared anymore. Not ever.
Posted 06 October 2003 - 12:50 PM
Cygnus, crossing fingers
Posted 06 October 2003 - 12:55 PM
You may be in one google index and not another as they are all updated at different times. When you search google you are searching googles cache of the web, and not the actual interent. Since they are being constantly updated, depending on which data center you are searching it may have different results than other data centers.
In addition, when google did the dance they would pick sites up with the fresh bot and then some would drop out until the deep bot came through on the next dance. While google has switched to a constantly rolling update of its search engine, I am sure something to the similar effect is still common.
Posted 06 October 2003 - 01:01 PM
What's strange is that with new sites (my own experience only perhaps), a new page will show up in one index, but then disappear from that one index, never having made it to the other indexes [a quick check on the URL through the datacenters shows it is still gone].
Puzzling, isn't it? I wonder if Google throws a site into the index as a test and then places it back into a queue for later distribution among the datacenters.
Posted 06 October 2003 - 01:53 PM
Wait a month and check again.
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