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Google Dance Inquiries

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Zooker, May 6, 2010.

  1. Zooker

    Zooker Newbie

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    i don't know if anyone has tackled this before, but just something i've been wondering lately.

    in the G Dance, sites can jump around in what place they are, obviously. My question is, is G synchronized, in that in different datacenters it may have a different # place, so you may each time be querying from a different set of data that isn't all at the same spot in the algorithm.

    I know when I go to google and search a term for my site, i get a different result by far than market samurai shows for my site/terms.

    i mean, i do see querying say google.co.uk gives different results, which may be biased different than the usual us-based google.com .

    Where all this goes is, is it possible to query multiple google front-ends and get all the different places your site falls into rank-wise.

    It could be i'm totally off here, but if it is possible i could probabl whip up an online tool to actually help predict or see a little more overall without such radical fluctuations.

    any thoughts?
     
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    case in point, i just check from another ip so it originates far from where i work, and i'm on page 2 from there, but page 9 from here for a site/term. i actually should be at least on 2-3 without a doubt, so the page 9 is lagging far behind.

    there must be a way of querying to get at least a range or something.
     
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    querying 66.102.11.104 i get more updated results than 66.249.93.99. honestly i do realize than time is better spent just working and let the chips fall where they might, but occasionally on a given site it'd be neat to know.