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So apparently this is pointing to an issue with google. If you use fiddler or wget and request http://www.doioig.gov you will see the following response: Notice the meta refresh pointing at http … pretty significant rank and authority with google - so much so that it is currently impacting what is displayed and linked for our domain. We will try to get the attention of people at google and see …
answered Mar 2 '13 by Geoff Dalgas
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We have removed /q/ and /a/ from robots.txt. We shall see if this makes any impact on search and report back. SEO is somewhat of a black magic art at times.
answered May 1 '12 by Geoff Dalgas