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    Default Google Search classifier for parked domains goofs up

    Matt Cutts posted on Google+

    I saw a recent post where several sites were asking about their search rankings. The short explanation is that it turns out that our classifier for parked domains was reading from a couple files which mistakenly were empty. As a result, we classified some sites as parked when they weren’t.

    I apologize for this; it looks like the issue is fixed now, and we’ll look into how to prevent this from happening again.
    This was in response to seoroundtable.com and other sites and forums reporting instances of several sites seeing their search rankings drop.

    It is apparent that this happened not because of any 'over-optimization' on part of the webmasters, but it was simply the Google Search classifier for parked domains goofing up.

    Hope Google fixes this too, soon!

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    I hope, Google will not disappoint in this matter in Future. Also, good to hear It's been fixed.
    Last edited by Tanmay; 19th April 2012 at 16:39.

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