bwnbwn - 7:51 pm on Apr 6, 2010 (gmt 0) [edited by: bwnbwn at 7:52 pm (utc) on Apr 6, 2010]
TheMadScientist I said what I said because sometimes you make statements that just don't have any data to back them up.
What I am trying to say is with an infrastructure change there is or will more than likely be an algo change to work with the new infrastructure. If all that changes is the infrastructure and nothing else changes in the algo why then would a site that has been preforming well suddenly lose it during an infrastructure change.
Each and every infrastructure change Google has gone through there has been many sites damaged from the change. So if the algo doesn't change there shouldn't be any discussion on the infrastructure change assoicated with Caffeine, but since (as we already see sites are being damaged) there seems to be something changing within the algo to determine a sites ranking position.
[edited by: bwnbwn at 7:52 pm (utc) on Apr 6, 2010]