martinibuster - 7:18 pm on Aug 19, 2012 (gmt 0) [edited by: martinibuster at 7:26 pm (utc) on Aug 19, 2012]
It's not about you. If you do not ever change your title tags or content, this news is of no concern for you. Good luck, goodbye, hasta la vista. This discussion does not concern you.
We are on the same page, Leo. I have been posting about what is natural and unnatural. Take a look at my post in Link Dev about how links are indexed [webmasterworld.com]. However, how you do things and I do things may not be the norm. What is of issue here and what I am addressing is how the Industry does things and how this will change how business is done. It's big news for the Industry, capital I.
This discussion does concern most of the Internet marketing community. It's about the Industry, capital I. Many web publishers change their title tags, their meta tags, add links to their content. It's what people do on a regular basis to update their sites or improve their rankings. Now the Industry has to look over their shoulder before changing the title tags or content. This changes completely how the Industry will update their sites.
[edited by: martinibuster at 7:26 pm (utc) on Aug 19, 2012]