On October 6th, when Google used the site: command to search for the total number of pages that were included in a given domain name, there were XXX pages in the upper right corner of Google, but the search results only listed a few, often with supplemental materials.
At the same time, the following shows “To provide the most relevant results, we have omitted XX similar entries to display, according to your wishes, you can include the omitted results in the search scope and then search again.” After clicking on the so-called omitted results, the pages listed are just the ones. The top right corner still prompts you for XXX results, but you can’t see them.
Is the webpage deleted by the Google database? Obviously not. The various SEO-related forums are discussing this issue enthusiastically, not an individual phenomenon.
Now the site: the command is normal again.
From the end of last year, the dazzling big dad data centre, until now we know that all the data centres in Google have used this new infrastructure, what the infrastructure is referring to, we are still not very good.
Google has been having a lot of URLs standardization problems in the past year.The webmasters have adopted various methods such as the proposed 301 turn. Many of them have not seen the effect, and people who are engaged in it are at a loss.
Site: The instructions have been messy in recent months, and don’t really show all the pages that are included. Many of the listed pages are included in the data a few months ago or even a few years ago.
Many supplemental materials appear, many of which are pages that no longer exist, or data from a long time ago. These supplements will appear in the database for a long time, usually up to one year.
The result of searching for backlinks with the link: directive is also random, and there is no rule of thumb. Of course, it is not all backlinks that Google knows.
Although it has been clearly stated that the PR value of the toolbar is not a real PR used internally by Google, it is output every two or three months, so that everyone can be happy and talk about it.
All of this is confusing to the webmasters, is Google crazy?
No, Google knows exactly what they are doing.
Although the details of the ranking algorithm are always tight-lipped, Google has recently strengthened communication with webmasters.
I remember that Wang Wei said in a novel or an article about this sentence. “The purpose of our party is that if you are a party member, you will be expelled from you. If you are not a party member, you will be absorbed in. In short, you can’t let you idle.” ”
Google’s actions, I feel a bit like this way, anyway, not letting you idle.
After Google entered the mainstream line of sight, it has always been the webmaster, the darling of the IT industry and the media, and the eyeball has always been focused on Google. This strategy has been very successful so far.
For ordinary users, all these talks, quarrels, and confusion are not very meaningful. I suspect that one of the 10,000 people know what Google PR is. Ordinary users who will use the site: command query?
So far, Google has returned the best search results, so it’s basically not too much harm to the user experience.
But for the webmaster and the IT community is another scene, let you not idle, let you discuss my gaze at me. At the same time, the stationmaster is confused, I don’t know where to start SEO optimization.
It is recommended that you understand the concerns, but don’t worry too much. Focusing on building your own website will naturally pay off.