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12/9/10
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boxpma

Since yesterday all my indexed pages turned to 0 zero

I have read the FAQs and checked for similar issues: YES
My site's URL (web address) is: www.pmabox.com
Description (including timeline of any changes made): No changes
 
Since yesterday all my web indexed pages turned to 0.
My sitemap is reachable and readable? and marked green in webmaster tools.
I made no changes in webmaster tools.
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ArchieW
12/9/10
ArchieW
I've seen a few other threads reporting similar problems, so it sounds like it may be a temporary Webmaster Tools issue.  Give it 24 hours to see if it corrects itself, if not post back.
dannymal
12/9/10
dannymal

have the same problem, although we have a sitemap index file containing multiple sitemaps. about 20% of them (child sitemaps) are showing as 0.
squibble
12/9/10
squibble
I can see a page rank of 2/10 for your site/home page.
12/9/10
Original Poster
boxpma
"I can see a page rank of 2/10 for your site/home page."
Struggling to grow... and my site is very SEO????
 
besides the top links in a google search for "google rank"
 
Any good website to check the rank without hassle?
squibble
12/9/10
squibble
Sorry - I misread the question - I thought you said your page rank had gone to zero as I had just read similar..
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JohnMu
12/10/10
JohnMu
Hi everyone

We've posted a short status note at http://webmaster-forum-announcements.blogspot.com/2010/12/known-issue-sitemaps-indexed-url-count.html , where we'll add an update once this issue has been resolved. As mentioned there, this will have no effect on your site's crawling, indexing, or ranking / performance in search results. Thank you for your patience as our engineers look into this issue.

Cheers
John
 
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