yes thats my answer.
Googles standards of what should be in their index, are not equal to what should be in a website.
My site is about horse trainers. I have details of 12,000 horse trainers. anyone coming to my site, should be able to search and find any horse trainer on it.
But some of my horse trainer listings are no more rich than the yellow pages listing, thus it make no sense for that page to be in google, its a duplicate.
The rich pages where a trainer has filled out lots of specific details, breeds, training techniques, champions theyve trained etc,,, these should be in.
i am fine to allow msn/yahoo to see all pages.
google says don;t show the bare listing date... or thats what they seem to be saying..
but of course these bare listings should stay on the site. Just because they have not been updated to 'better than everyone else' on the ent, does not mean my site visitors don;t want to see them.