Reno - 5:02 am on May 23, 2010 (gmt 0)
And doesn't that mean a complete re-indexing and re-ranking of the site, with 301 redirects and all that complication?
And at what point do we STOP living our online lives based on what Google wants? I mean, enough is enough. If we build correctly coded sites that validate and have decent content and reasonable backlinks and remain relatively fresh, then that should be adequate for them or anyone else. They wanted rel=nofollow so we went through our pages and gave it to them; they decided that peer-to-peer link trading would be devalued so we mostly stopped doing that; now they want this -- how long before you'll have to get a Google Visa Card to pay for your Google site hosting for your Google registered domain?