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Finding Your MSN/Live Index Rank From The Unix Or Linux CLI

Dec 23, 2008, 09:01 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mike Tremell)

[ Thanks to Mike Golvach for this link. ]

"Now for the pictures :) Following are a few shots of MSN index rank checking as compared to Google index rank checking. Although most people will tell you it should be the opposite, it seems that we have a much better presence on Google than on MSN, after being in business (read: shamelessly self-promoting by answering question in forums, writing articles and submitting a billion sitemaps) for a year or so.

"Following those, an EVEN BETTER set of pictures that made me scratch my head and mutter "WTF?" You'll see why. Let's just say that this site ranks lower on MSN for a certain keyword phrase than other sites that point to the post AND the first time our site comes up in that "double quoted" exact-string search, it's for an entirely unrelated post (???) Who has the time to wonder? ;) After that, way down at the bottom, we've somehow managed to remember to tack on the script."

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