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Ranking question

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by adriandurso, Aug 5, 2011.

  1. adriandurso

    adriandurso Newbie

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    Hello, I have a few questions about some odd things that have been happening lately and was wondering if anyone knows why. I have a site in which I was ranking for the current keyword I wanted with google as my home page that had the words in the tags. The next day google swapped where my homepage was with my actual page that adressed the search. I was first on goole for 2 days and all of a sudden the page is gone on google and my homepage is on the lower side of the first search results. Why did all of a suden my page disappear. I know im not sandboxed because my homepage is on the first page and on other searches. What should I do? Being first was getting 10,000s of people that legitly wanted my info.
     
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    worlddating Regular Member Premium Member

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    well sounds like googledance, but i agree sounds alittle strange..
     
  3. seg_fault

    seg_fault Newbie

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    Holding a ranking for 1 or 2 days doesn't tell you very much. Is your site newly indexed or fairly well aged?
     
  4. adriandurso

    adriandurso Newbie

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    It has done this a few times in the last week. It goes up to first then disappears then home page then back to post. Google confuses me so much.
     
  5. yayoyayo

    yayoyayo Junior Member

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    Add more quality links and you are good to go. Currently google may use different data from different data centers.