Don't know that I'd call it "two-speed" Google knowledge; no one has handed out the algo, yet - not to me, anyway. ;)
There are a lot of our heavy-weights who post back there, and there's a noticeable absence of the noise factor. There's no whining, so consequently it's far easier to follow along and concentrate on analysis; the discussions tend to hone in and get more tightly focused.
In regards to Google, if a change occurs, folks back there don't argue and whine for days about whether or not it will put Google out of business or why the SERPS su$k so bad. Rather, they analyze what has occured and speak about what can be done to improve their situation.
Today I read there the best post I've seen on WebmasterWorld since a couple of weeks/months. Just this post is worth supporters fee for a couple of years.
I just paid to become a member, but I can't log into the private forum. Can anyone help?
Brett has to push the magic button. The process isn't automated. Look for ya in the back room. ;)
|Is there a "two speed" google knowledge? |
Not long ago, there was a wonderful list of all of the factors we could think of that Google looks at for ranking, started by ciml.
Last week, there were posts about sandboxing. And the changes Google's undergoing.
So, yes, I think there is a better knowledge of Google present in the backroom.
I'm always more inclined to put a thoughtful post in the backroom, knowing it will usually get more thoughtful responses.
|I'm always more inclined to put a thoughtful post in the backroom, knowing it will usually get more thoughtful responses |
Yeah, it's not thta I am more inclined to share thoughts with supporters as much as certain topics just won't get the same responses out here. Particularly so for Google, where there are so many wild opinions, emotional rants, and whining going on in forum3