A couple of weeks ago, I told you about an old site of mine that had gone belly-up with url-only listings due to my gross inattention and the use of exact titles and metas sitewide. You can read more about my goofup here. As I mentioned in that post, the plan was to fix the obvious SEO problems (such as giving each page its own title and metas), and forget about it again. If the site became productive, it would be a keeper, and if not, I would dump it. Well, I haven't yet made the decision as to whether or not the site will be a keeper or a loser, but I can update you on its progress.
Yesterday, Googlebot came around and cached the home page (the first time in a very long time). The site: command no longer shows the home page as url-only, and the page also got its PR back. The rankings for some of its keywords shot up to top 10. Sometimes, folks, it is the smallest details that we overlook that can make or break a site. Just thought you'd want to know. 🙂