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#16 Andy_Seo

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 03:23 AM

Just to follow up on my UK issue - the leading questions for Cuttsy's July video is all about the UK SERPs:

http://moderator.app...e=a5513&t=a83fd

So obviously everyone else is concerned by this change. I believe the change happened on June 5th across a number of sectors....

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 08:51 AM

Really interesting article on the problem within Google UK SERP results:

http://econsultancy....-results-broken

UK websites are dropping down the rankings in favour of US/AUS/NZ and in some cases non English speaking country hosted websites. I've heard reports of a mistake, reports of testing and even reports of a potential hack. In these circumstances - you have to sit it out - but in IMHO this quality of these results can't continue as it degrading the service in the UK.

Now I know Google can 'do what they want' but there is so much talk and dissatisfaction on this that surely action needs to be taken? Your thoughts would be most appreciated.

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 11:12 AM

Sorry I know i've done three posts in a row but I thought you might find the attached chart useful to highlight the change in the UK SERPs for a highly competitive term. The Post Office went from page three (consistently ranking) to position one.




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