guggi2000 - 4:13 pm on Apr 1, 2012 (gmt 0) [edited by: tedster at 4:31 pm (utc) on Apr 1, 2012]
Please read Danny Sulivan's article in Searchengineland:
Read the section: "Fixed Your Ads? Penalty Doesn’t Immediately Lift"
In other words: You do the changes, it takes time to recrawl. Then google runs a manual update in order to remove the "BAD" tag. If they run it before your pages are recrawled, then nothing would happen cause Google remembers the old page layout.
Why is it a manual update? I assume that in order to know how to align a page layout Google needs much more Computer Power than reading just titles and text. It must work similar to Panda...
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[edited by: tedster at 4:31 pm (utc) on Apr 1, 2012]