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Default Site disappears then comes back on Google - 08-02-2006 , 05:21 PM






Just a question on how this might work

I had a page ranked #1 on google for a very obsure phrase. It only had 6
pages

It was cached on May 2nd 2006.

On July 30th I looked on Google and the site was gone. Even when I
checked the http://sitename.com nothing came up

It was this way but today it came back up and is now ranked #7 for the
same obscure phrase.

I checked the cache and it only cached the first page which is an entry
page. Now the cached page says last cached on July 13, 2006.

What gives?

It isn't important site I was just wondering?




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Default Re: Site disappears then comes back on Google - 08-02-2006 , 06:06 PM







Gymdandy (AT) webtv (DOT) net wrote:
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Just a question on how this might work

I had a page ranked #1 on google for a very obsure phrase. It only had 6
pages

It was cached on May 2nd 2006.

On July 30th I looked on Google and the site was gone. Even when I
checked the http://sitename.com nothing came up

It was this way but today it came back up and is now ranked #7 for the
same obscure phrase.

I checked the cache and it only cached the first page which is an entry
page. Now the cached page says last cached on July 13, 2006.

What gives?

It isn't important site I was just wondering?
Everything is important, yet concentrate on your content.

Make sure the spider is coming back by posting a link somewhere where
it will find it. It helps for us to examine something we can see that
Google knows exists. Perhaps you site is very young ( under a year )
and hasn't established any credibility neither internally nor
externally. Have another look at the navigation system and ask yourself
if you think Google gets a good full clean crawl. Keep a daily eye on
the cache. Count the frequency of changes. Learn your crawling patterns
and just make your content rich and as spiderable as possible. Never
take on more than you can chew.

The rest will come.

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Default Re: Site disappears then comes back on Google - 08-02-2006 , 07:08 PM



<Gymdandy (AT) webtv (DOT) net> wrote

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Just a question on how this might work
OK.


Quote:
I had a page ranked #1 on google for a very obsure phrase. It only had 6
pages
OK
Quote:
It was cached on May 2nd 2006.

On July 30th I looked on Google and the site was gone. Even when I
checked the sitename nothing came up
This is what I got when doing the search.
http://www.google.com/search?sourcei...ename%2Ecom%2F
If you need to use an example use example.com. Bloody sitename.com is
getting free PR with little or no work at all.:-)

Quote:
It was this way but today it came back up and is now ranked #7 for the
same obscure phrase.
OK

Quote:
I checked the cache and it only cached the first page which is an entry
page. Now the cached page says last cached on July 13, 2006.

What gives?
If this the question? I don't know probably different data centers and
Sometimes Google does freshen the index and site can dissappeared and
reappear. Happened to me a couple of times. Gives ya a heart attack almost.

You did say it was an obscure phrase right? Why on Earth are you worried
about that for?


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It isn't important site I was just wondering?
If the last was a question then this would be...........................?

Stacey

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Default Re: Site disappears then comes back on Google - 08-02-2006 , 08:50 PM




Stacey wrote:

<snip>

Quote:
If this the question? I don't know probably different data centers and
Sometimes Google does freshen the index and site can dissappeared and
reappear. Happened to me a couple of times. Gives ya a heart attack almost.
Yes, and you know when this phenomenon is occurring it means your web
page is well on its way to sustaining a presence in its niche SERPs.
The time spent in the good position should be watched carefully to see
that it stays longer at the top each time. Sooner than later, if the
trend is encouraged, the frequency of ups and outs becomes
unnoticeable. This means that not only has the web page attained a top
position; it is now sustaining that target and is free to take chops at
the head, one at a time usually.

Quote:
You did say it was an obscure phrase right? Why on Earth are you worried
about that for?
/... perhaps the OP is experimenting .../

Quote:
It isn't important site I was just wondering?
If its not important then please don't bother us with it. We do
important things only here.

/... trying to find something important to do .../
/... do something fun I'll check out Search Engine Positioning Forum at
daniweb, see if I can start a fight there .../

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Default Re: Site disappears then comes back on Google - 08-02-2006 , 10:21 PM



On 2 Aug 2006 17:50:12 -0700, "canadafred" <canadian_web (AT) hotmail (DOT) com>
wrote:

Quote:
Stacey wrote:

snip

If this the question? I don't know probably different data centers and
Sometimes Google does freshen the index and site can dissappeared and
reappear. Happened to me a couple of times. Gives ya a heart attack almost.

Yes, and you know when this phenomenon is occurring it means your web
page is well on its way to sustaining a presence in its niche SERPs.
The time spent in the good position should be watched carefully to see
that it stays longer at the top each time. Sooner than later, if the
trend is encouraged, the frequency of ups and outs becomes
unnoticeable. This means that not only has the web page attained a top
position; it is now sustaining that target and is free to take chops at
the head, one at a time usually.
I've noticed something similar. Sites tend to bounce their way up now,
as opposed to climb slowly.

Quote:
You did say it was an obscure phrase right? Why on Earth are you worried
about that for?

/... perhaps the OP is experimenting .../

It isn't important site I was just wondering?

If its not important then please don't bother us with it. We do
important things only here.

/... trying to find something important to do .../
/... do something fun I'll check out Search Engine Positioning Forum at
daniweb, see if I can start a fight there .../
What, the fights here ain't good enough? PUDDUP YER DOOKS,
CANADA_BOY!!

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Default Re: Site disappears then comes back on Google - 08-02-2006 , 11:13 PM




Big Bill wrote:
Quote:
On 2 Aug 2006 17:50:12 -0700, "canadafred" <canadian_web (AT) hotmail (DOT) com
wrote:


Stacey wrote:

snip

If this the question? I don't know probably different data centers and
Sometimes Google does freshen the index and site can dissappeared and
reappear. Happened to me a couple of times. Gives ya a heart attack almost.

Yes, and you know when this phenomenon is occurring it means your web
page is well on its way to sustaining a presence in its niche SERPs.
The time spent in the good position should be watched carefully to see
that it stays longer at the top each time. Sooner than later, if the
trend is encouraged, the frequency of ups and outs becomes
unnoticeable. This means that not only has the web page attained a top
position; it is now sustaining that target and is free to take chops at
the head, one at a time usually.

I've noticed something similar. Sites tend to bounce their way up now,
as opposed to climb slowly.

You did say it was an obscure phrase right? Why on Earth are you worried
about that for?

/... perhaps the OP is experimenting .../

It isn't important site I was just wondering?

If its not important then please don't bother us with it. We do
important things only here.

/... trying to find something important to do .../
/... do something fun I'll check out Search Engine Positioning Forum at
daniweb, see if I can start a fight there .../

What, the fights here ain't good enough? PUDDUP YER DOOKS,
CANADA_BOY!!
Actually, daniweb was pretty clean surprisingly. The moderators are
back from vacation and have agreed to let some of the slime slide while
they were away. They did clean out some trash I'm sure. Wasn't too bad
really. Couple of interesting new players to keep an eye on, good guys.

I'm moving good on my recent ideas. Things are falling in place
personally too. I feel good again about everything. I know you don't
know what I'm saying Bill but someone else does. I'm going to bed. Good
night y'all, yawl, yas' all.
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Default Re: Site disappears then comes back on Google - 08-02-2006 , 11:33 PM



"canadafred" <canadian_web (AT) hotmail (DOT) com> wrote

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I'm moving good on my recent ideas. Things are falling in place
personally too. I feel good again about everything. I know you don't
know what I'm saying Bill but someone else does. I'm going to bed. Good
night y'all, yawl, yas' all.
So it all went ok?

Stacey
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Default Re: Site disappears then comes back on Google - 08-03-2006 , 05:51 AM




Stacey wrote:
Quote:
"canadafred" <canadian_web (AT) hotmail (DOT) com> wrote in message
news:1154574781.733176.18440 (AT) m79g2000cwm (DOT) googlegroups.com...

snip
I'm moving good on my recent ideas. Things are falling in place
personally too. I feel good again about everything. I know you don't
know what I'm saying Bill but someone else does. I'm going to bed. Good
night y'all, yawl, yas' all.

So it all went ok?
Yes. Much relieved. There's hope for me yet.
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Default Re: Site disappears then comes back on Google - 08-03-2006 , 06:12 AM




Big Bill wrote:

OT

Once in a while I try to remember to:
http://www.daniweb.com/techtalkforums/forum52.html

This process has helped me, residually, in time.

Can you please take a moment and read mine carefully. I like that when
someone asks me a krich question, so would you.

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Default Re: Site disappears then comes back on Google - 08-03-2006 , 07:14 AM






On 3 Aug 2006 03:12:29 -0700, "canadafred" <canadian_web (AT) hotmail (DOT) com>
wrote:

Quote:
Big Bill wrote:

OT

Once in a while I try to remember to:
http://www.daniweb.com/techtalkforums/forum52.html

This process has helped me, residually, in time.

Can you please take a moment and read mine carefully. I like that when
someone asks me a krich question, so would you.
OK! Done that!

BB :-)))))
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