limoshawn - 3:36 am on Mar 4, 2011 (gmt 0) [edited by: limoshawn at 3:38 am (utc) on Mar 4, 2011]
If it looks too good to be true, it probably is, and now yet another shoe has dropped.
you're right on and the sad thing is that there's not going to be anything done about it until it's too late. well, nothing on a massive scale. i'm already getting ready for what i believe will be the next update, the next shoe, imo, is ecom. i see it coming next year and i'll call it the "wikipedia" update, the update that google will use to remove almost all ecom sites from their search results because:
[future google blog post]"We've heard from the people and the people don't want commercial websites in their search results. People have told our machines that they want the option of having commercial websites available but they want those websites to be labeled prominently. We are going to make sure that our users know the difference between commercial results and organic results by only showing commercial websites that match the users query in the section marked "ADS" that way when our users visit a website in the normal results they can rest assured that they will be visiting a wikipedia like, informational website"[/future google blog post]
[edited by: limoshawn at 3:38 am (utc) on Mar 4, 2011]