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Read If You've Suddenly Dropped Out Of The Top 100

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by lafours, Feb 17, 2012.

  1. lafours

    lafours Power Member

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    Google changed something with their api. Update your rank software or wait for an update to be released. If you check manually, you're probably still there.

    I was going crazy thinking I'd lost all my positions last week. Panic over, I was there all the time :)
     
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  2. Zemanel_

    Zemanel_ Regular Member

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    If you check manually your still there cause google personalizes the results, if you clear your cache and cookies you'll see yourself where everyone else does, other way you'll see your self on a place only you see.
    Try browsing in private mode and you'll see that you aren't on the same place as when regularly checking.
     
  3. lafours

    lafours Power Member

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    This is just about people appearing to drop out of the results in their rank checking software due to a google API change. If you've actually dropped out, that's a different story.
     
  4. lanbo

    lanbo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    There is no Google API to check your rankings. However I've noticed that Google has modified some of its coding which will cause serp trackers to be off. It took me a while but I have already fixed it with my rank tracker.
     
  5. rebbeca

    rebbeca Regular Member

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    Go to a public pc and type ur keywords. Results may vary depending on your country IP but it is more accurate than your computer