Google's top search engineers predicted when the company revamped its search rankings last week to favor more authoritative content, there would be significant winners and there would be losers. As the dust settles in the wake of that change, the prediction is proving true.
Source: http://www.mercurynews.com/business/ci_ … ck_check=1
The only real data I have seen mentioned so far is this:
http://www.sistrix.com/blog/985-google- … ality.html
At the end of this Article it says a HubPages representative told CNET "that internal metrics did not correspond to Sistrix's findings, and that it's still too early to tell what the long-term implications of Google's actions will be."
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