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Google Playing Trick or Treat?

slotplayer asked 1 year ago
Been reading alot of forum complaints the last few weeks about Google dumping pages and complete sites.

Any one else notice this?

Slot Player

9 Answers
mongoose answered 1 year ago
i’ve noticed a huge drop in the serp numbers. words and phrases that used to yeild 50 million results are now down to under 10. so, something has to have gone somewhere.

darko123 answered 1 year ago
yes, me too

i noticed “online casinos” was around 60 Million and UK search was over 10 Mil

Now its only 14 Mill and 2 Mill

Dominique answered 1 year ago
Maybe they are finally getting rid of the hundreds of thousands of blackhatters.

I have noticed those bouncing around a lot.

villa10 answered 1 year ago
Very odd behavior during the last 30 days or so.

Some sites with only one page indexed in a normal search are fully indexed if I use “” .
Some of them “100% cache” and others in the supplementary results, with dramatic changes in a matter of days.

Greek39 answered 1 year ago
Google is doing some wacking at my location, started over a month ago. I am not at liberty to give the details, but google is filtering spam. They are testing out different processes. Should take some time before your pages get reindexed


Dominique answered 1 year ago
Yes I see odd things happening.

Some blackhatter stuff that used to be way down on the bottom is showing up on top, and then getting wacked it looks like.

Well, I think the engines will clean up pretty well now, given that it’s not profitable to spam playtechs in the US google anymore…

Greek39 answered 1 year ago
Google is attacking any form of spam. This will include some affiliate programs being removed from the google’s index. It will be a shocker over the next couple of months. Programs currently using bh/seo techinques will be thrown off google. For these programs don’t play like fools because google is tired of your BS techniques.

Don’t say we have not warned you from the start. We all in for a very rough ride! cpays will be hit hardest don’t say we never warned you.


slotplayer answered 1 year ago
It has to do with the Big Daddy update and the fact that google has a storage crisis.

Referring to the sheer volume of Web site information, video and e-mail that Google’s servers hold, Schmidt said: “Those machines are full. We have a huge machine crisis.”

Greek39 answered 1 year ago
Storage crisis because of all the spam and neophyte complaints. When Google’s profits drop believe they will do something about it.