Whitey - 3:31 am on Mar 17, 2011 (gmt 0)
the majority of the algorithms that donít have any exception logs. For example, Panda, we don't have, there is not way right now, to do any manual exceptions.
To me , most QA at Google practices boil down to a common sense approach to a problem which for all practical purposes should be obvious to webmasters. The difficulty lies in how Google administers that common sense, if indeed it is at all able of doing so.
There appears to be capability in these areas :
> algorthmically adjust
> algorthmically log
> algortmically plot patterns from logs
> algorthimcally flag
> user flag
> algorthmically penalise or rerank
> editorially review
> editorially log
> editorially provide white or black status
I wonder how JCPenny and others got through this until recently though. Maybe the system has some flaws.
This is just my perception - others may take a flamethrower to my remarks.