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A little strange "G00gle dance"

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by TeddyKGB, Mar 9, 2011.

  1. TeddyKGB

    TeddyKGB Newbie

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    I have one site page that I wanted to rank for a relatively easy local keyword. The good news is that I got it to position one no problem for said keyword. What is strange though, is that even though I've stopped building juice on this page like 8 months ago it still "dances" in the big G - however it isn't a normal dance.

    On a day-to-day basis it is either #1, #6, or even de-indexed(and yes by checking "site:") a few times - it always comes back though. It is always one of those 3, never anything else - and again I've stopped building for this bad boy months ago so it should of "settled" by now.

    The only thing I can think of is that it's just the data-centers(I guess 3 in this case) bouncing me around. Anyone had any experience like this?

    -TKGB
     
  2. zacatictac

    zacatictac Power Member

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    i am experiencing something similar. My site used to rank number 1 for months, now its jumping around like crazy. very frustrating. every time i look its in a different position. I have been backling it like crazy with scrapebox and AMR for the last week or so yet it still continues to hop around. very strange.
     
  3. ramtripper

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    its because ur backlinking that it continues to hop around..


    Teddy ... i have no idea why it switches between 3 exact positions.. especially de-indexed, very weird. lol good luck!
     
  4. jeanywill

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    yes, sometimes my site goes like this too.. but it comes up in google again for e few days. I think it just a 'normal' dancing of google ..
     
  5. l0goz

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    how long does this dance usually last when ur site is indexed for the first time? my domain is 6 months old, my sit got indexed last week with 80 bls so far. i am still jumping from 9 to 11 in 2 keyword. and in another one is jumpin from 6 to 7
     
  6. speakeasy602

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    Seriously, the "dance" that all of you are speaking about is not a dance at all. It's a datacenter calibration. It happens with new sites as they start to index, that's how Google checks performance in the beginning before it decides what to do with your site. It's like an A/B test, only across a series of datacenters with slightly different signal weights. Google won't only test on one or two datacenters, it will test on all of their datacenter (12 confirmed) before it makes the determination.

    Jesus! "SEOs" have really gotten dumber over the years. SEO is a science, and it's not a jargon contest. Reading the original post, I died a little. It's full of cliches and buzzwords. Stop calling google the big g, and stop talking about the dance. It's fucking dumb.
     
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  7. l0goz

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    Ok so what do you think i would need to do to have google think my site is good enough to rank it after probation of datacenters.
     
  8. TeddyKGB

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    That basically answers my question, Thanks. Sorry for putting too many "cliches" for you.