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#1 Jexley

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Posted 14 June 2010 - 09:09 PM

Hey all,
My client purchased a newly available domain name (*.com) back in Jan, and then launched a brand-new site under it in Feb.

He also launched the *.com.au and *.co.uk versions as well for different pricing and package choices.

It took Google the expected amount of time to crawl and index the .com.au and .co.uk versions as well as the .com's pages, but it STILL hasn't refreshed the homepage for the .com and the homepage only. All of the other pages are indexed. WACKY!

I sent a reconsider request for the homepage, which Google responded to, but when checking Google's index, you can still see that the old domain broker's holding page is cached for the homepage. I even used "cache:*.com" and it actually shows the proper page!

Somehow though, inexplicably, Google's index.

...STILL shows the old, old homepage.

Does anyone have any thoughts on this?

Cheers for your help!




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