Just came across this you tube video by Matt Cutts. (posted today) It appears that we don't need to update and refresh all content, just content where the topic is subject to recent changes, such as content about the news or new technology which is ever evolving.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4hH4ZQ_ … ature=plcp
Hi~ Some of my stuff is seasonal. I re-posted things like my Apple Pan Dowdy in the fall. Same with my Mexican Grey Squash recipe (summer season.) I did go through and spiff up them before I re-posted though. So, I don't get too concerned about the zzzzzzz on a blog~!
Matt Cuts also describes updating content, with a few new words or different byline as "a pitfall" Interesting. How many of us have done that in the last couple of weeks?
Google has far too much power and control over search.
I'm amazed that it has gone on for so long to be honest. I know they've incurred several fines, but the money is a drop in the ocean to a company like Google.
This monopoly has to end.
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