Does having some invalid IP in a university name server reduce its web rank? For example generating timeouts and such.
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No. Search engines estimate static rank (i.e., query-independent rank) for sites and individual pages by a combination of Pagerank or similar algorithms that give higher rank to pages with lots of inbound links (i.e., pages that are linked to by many other pages) and heuristics that, e.g., may prefer
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