TELECOM Digest OnLine - Sorted: Re: Kinderstart Sues Google Regards Index Placement

Re: Kinderstart Sues Google Regards Index Placement

Mon, 27 Mar 2006 04:00:19 -0000

> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: Although I am not familiar with the
> exact circumstances of Kinderstart, I am familiar with the statistics
> for this Digest. I know that sometimes there are wild flucuations in
> the 'hit' or pages-viewed count from one day to the next when using
> Google's statistics. I know Google never ever comes close to the same
> hit count as I get from my internal program for same, so I have to
> wonder at times if their 'secret formulas' etc are as good as they are
> claimed to be. PAT]

The last quarter of 2004 traffic on my web server (running on DSL at
the time) suddenly became so heavy that I couldn't even login to
Google's adsense page due to timeouts. This lasted long enough for me
to move to a dedicated server but Google changed my ranking a few
months after the move. So while I understand Google's need for keeping
their methods secret I also understand why Kinderstart is upset.

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