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Not sure if this is a new years glitch but I'm noticing I can't get a lot of websites today. I will try a site and get it, then 5 minutes later it comes up as "page not found" or "we can't find site".
This is happening even with the Google site and my own sites. Anyone else seeing screwy things going on today trying to get websites?
I have that happen occasionally, but it's usually due to issues with my ISP.
I had one yesterday when I was writing a hub. Every box I used had number sequences in them - 575755755 kinda thing. Weird. Disappeared when I published.
I know that's a not a 'net wide glitch, just sharing the good news that ghosts in the machine are still in business
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by Ronald E Franklin2 months ago
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affect the authors search engine rankings on other pages, blogs, or websites?
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