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."
by Katherine Tyrrell 4 years ago
Search Metrics has produced its perennial update about winners and losers post a Panda Update - in this case the 4.1 which commenced its slow roll-out last weekHere's a link to the report "Panda Update 4.1: Winners / Losers – Google U.S." HubPages is noted as the 32nd biggest...
by ga anderson 5 years ago
We are not equal, life is not fair, there are winners and losers - Deal with it.Forums of polite discussions. Threads of polemic rhetoric. Well, we can still be polite, but it is time to not be afraid to call a spade a spade. Or would you feel less offended if I did the... "a rose by any other...
by grumpiornot 6 years ago
What is the point of playing sport if there are no winners or losers?I've recently heard that schools have sports days in which prizes are awarded to all children, just for taking part. What is the point of that?Children need to learn that in life, there are winners and there are losers... in...
by WoodsmensPost 7 years ago
I searched the forums and was surprised not to find this article posted anywhere.Nothing really new that we haven't heard before but nice little tidbit of info for for those Demand Media Haters. HubPages CEO on Google's Panda algorithm: SEO doesn't work!!!Posted August 23, 2011 on ZDNet
by Akshay 3 years ago
The googles 's new algorithm has declined the traffic in many sites. So how can we come up from this
by Ellen 7 years ago
I keep up with Google news fairly regularly to see what's coming down the pipe. I still feel vague self-righteousness over raising the pre-Panda alarm, only to be scoffed at for suggesting that Google might start ranking sites by quality of content across a domain, not just on a page-by-page basis....
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