Awarn - 6:08 pm on Jun 14, 2013 (gmt 0)
I see it a little differently. From a strictly business standpoint Bing is on track. Sites are ranking as expected. So now there is Google and many of our sites are in chaos from a ranking standpoint. The reason is totally unknown. What's the most cost effective way to solve the ranking issue? Well you can chase Google which isn't offering many solutions yet. Or start a new site and hope you get lucky. Or just buy out the competition that ranks and look at the sites as disposable. As long as you can buy a ranking site cheap that might be the most cost effective route. Google will generate even more spam with these techniques. Also you see Google run companies being used to accelerate the spam. Look at the amount of blog spam and now I am seeing Youtube ranking well for what really has no ranking value. If Google is having issues handling the data now just wait until there are 10 times the number of spam blogs and millions of spamming youtube videos and millions of disposable websites that exist but are not the primary site anymore. Oh they will crawl them still. Bing and Yahoo have determined whats relevant while Google has decided to just churn data. Google may end up being their own worst enemy.