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Index pages ranking higher


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GoogleGuy Says

PostPosted: June 19, 2003 10:47 AM 

Importance: Medium

GoogleGuy notes that soem webmasters have started to notice their index pages ranking higher than sub-pages.
GoogleGuy Says: [Link to quote]
UK_Web_Guy, I think some people have already mentioned that for the searches where they noticed subpages, index pages are starting to come back again. So I think it's begun to some degree already.

Note: I am not making any promise/statement about the long-term ratio of index pages to subpages. ;) I'm just noted that several people, after waiting for a day or two, notice that things seem more normal or like what they expected.

As pardo said, if you grab a helicopter and get a broader view, you'll feel better and learn more than watching every bump or rise from grass-eye level. I still expect data centers to switch at a one-a-day rate, which is our typical switchover speed (Dominic took a few days longer, as some people recall. :)


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