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Google Displays Titles For Uncrawled Pages  (View post)

Juha-Matti Laurio [PersonRank 10]

Thursday, November 16, 2006
17 years ago4,348 views

But what are these 'dins' strings when searching for mentioned at **) footer of the article:

otis dins google web

Amit Patel [PersonRank 1]

17 years ago #

a. title is the text of the link (title of "highest ranking link"???)
b. it happens not only to "non-crawled pages" but also to pages that have been crawled in the past and are now excluded with robots.txt

there are other changes being done in the past 24 hours.

Philipp Lenssen [PersonRank 10]

17 years ago #

> But what are these 'dins' strings

The result shows as

11359730n6 dins google web

so what you can do is phrase-search for
"11359730n6 dins google web"
and then you can find a page which actually has that as link text to pointing to a Google result. It seems to be a Spanish word for something like "in" but I can't seem to translate it with the Google Translator...

Michel [PersonRank 0]

17 years ago #

It is catalan language :

And you are right, means "in".

pip [PersonRank 8]

17 years ago #

I'm caught thinking about how that could be exploited. Just an idea: (please tell me, if I'm wrong)

If I get a SERP for a less competitive search term, for which I rank 1st (e.g. title: blue pill nicheterm) indexed, may I bomb that SERP with links to make it rank for "blue pill"?

if that loophole exists then there must be a way to use's trust.

Not that I will do that... I just care....

Am I wrong?

Low [PersonRank 1]

17 years ago #

It's now some weeks that Google uses anchor texts to title SOME uncrawled web pages.

To be chosen for a web page, an anchor text must include terms common in the group of other anchor texts that point to the page or terms shown in the URL of the page.

Philipp Lenssen [PersonRank 10]

17 years ago #

Low, in the case of "11359730n6 dins google web" – judging by what Google shows us in their results – all 3 backlinks originate from the same domain, though.

nr [PersonRank 1]

17 years ago #

How about this?

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