QUOTE(Moulton @ Sun 20th January 2008, 7:32am)
Doesn't Google eventually purge from cache old news stories that are no longer to be found on the primary news site?
Many sites maintain their own archives of old stories, but these are no longer news stories. They become semi-permanent web sites for regular Google searches.
DL, I'm sorry, but I get 28 news story results for "Durova" when limiting the search to 2007. Granted, most of them don't have anything to do with "our" Durova, but some of them do.
I agree with Moulton's assessment of Google purging stuff. The article about me and my business that was (in January 2007) picked up by over 180 Google news sources, now appears to only have been archived on Google through about 40 sources. The other 140 presumably took away their articles, or they archive them into fee-subscription sections on their site that Google doesn't spider.
I honestly do not believe that Lise Broer has the power to influence what Google proffers as "Durova" news search results.