I know that this is Google, but is the label Google? If not, you might consider changing the label to clearly mark this as advertising. I just watched Matt Cutt's video about the next couple of months, and he was talking about a change that would possibly apply to something like this. Of course, if Google itself has created that label they will ignore their own unclear and misleading information. Not that I mind my readers being sent to advertising when they think they might be seeing more good info. ahem.
...that was my own sarcasm for the day. I promise.
Thanks for the heads up and suggestion, Healthy Pursuits! Guess I need to check out that video.
Paul Edmondson has been keeping pretty up to date not just on the public chatter, but a lot of the behind-the-scenes intel that has been floating around about Penguin and Panda updates; rest assured that if he identifies an issue that could clearly hurt us, he will address it quite swiftly!
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