walkman - 3:40 pm on Jun 8, 2011 (gmt 0)
If it was just WebmasterWorld, I might say it's relativism, but I've read articles in NYT, and Washington Post indicating Google's problems with the Panda roll-out. That's what bothers me with "new" Google... The corporatism, and typical American business like failure to recognize and react to problems.
The delay is deliberate and it's mean spirited. There's no way a content farm could have fixed all their pages in a few months but a small store might have tightened descriptions, removed any duplicate but now they are suffering from Google's capricious attitude.
Google does this because it's not effecting their bottom line (at least not in a bad way.) Do you think the upper echelon would let them do this is revenue was down because of Panda? So they don't see a problem, we do but it's our problem.