search engines progress and evolve and does that mean that everything to do with how search works changes ?
http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot. … pages.html
I think this means that maybe you cannot out-run or outwit the changes that will happen (they occur so rapidly) you just have to hope they favour the way you write.
The instant search one is dated about the time my traffic started to fall - but I assumed it was a panda that caused it.
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