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Google rank; One more to go
#21
(Dec-23-2016, 11:17 AM)stranac Wrote: but I think relevant content should be migrated here before doing that.

We have the database download, so we have the content. I haven't had any time to work on it since we made the actual move. However, I plan on retiring this summer, so I might have some time for it then.
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#22
by that point we might actually bypass it.
*Describe the environment in which it occurs.                                    *Describe the symptoms of your problem clearly.
*Describe the research you did to try and understand the problem.      *Describe the goal, not the step. 
*Use meaningful, specific subject headers                                          *Write in clear, grammatical, correctly-spelled language
*Describe the problem's symptoms, not your guesses                         *Describe your problem's symptoms in chronological order
*Describe the diagnostic steps you took to try and pin down the problem yourself.
*Describe any possibly relevant recent changes in your computer or software configuration. 
*Provide a way to reproduce the problem in a controlled environment.
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#23
Our forum now seems to be 1st place on Google search for "python forum".
Has this happened a while ago and I somehow missed it? :D
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#24
The .org one is still #1 for me. .io is #2.
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#25
Funny, for me it is reverse, and I don't mind :)
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#26
Google will adjust its results depending on your past usage etc, so everybodys results will be different.

For example for me, with that exact search term "python forum", I will see first result als http://www.python-forum.de followed by http://www.python.org and other results, whereas http://www.python-forum.io is at #6

Would be interesting to try the search with a brand new profile with zero history for comparison
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#27
@Kebap I considered that and for that purpose used a private window. Though it's not foolproof of course. If nothing else, Google still gets the IP I searched from.
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#28
Exactly what I did. However for example, even if I open http://www.google.com it seems to automatically notice my location as Germany and show German buttons and prefer German results.

Here is a more objective result from (random page) smallseotools.com/keyword-position/

Keyword	KeyWord Position
https://www.google.com/
python	N/A
python help	80
python forum	2
python answer	N/A
python discussion	5
python community	N/A
python homework	17
python error	N/A
Report Generated on: Wed Apr 12 2017 for website: python-forum.io
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#29
You can open google.com/ncr to avoid localisation
"As they say in Mexico 'dosvidaniya'. That makes two vidaniyas."
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#30
I use StartPage.  Still uses the Google, but hides originating IP.
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