chrisv1963 - 5:29 pm on Jun 28, 2013 (gmt 0)
Why does Google have to continually make major changes in their search results? What was good yesterday is suddenly bad today? What's good today will be bad next week? A good ranking system wouldn't continually be re-defining what's good and what's bad. In a good system, the search results would be relatively stable with only slow gradual shifts and movements. Something is basicaaly wrong.
Simply because Google is no longer a good search engine. They might have lost control over the index and are now continually trying to get grip on it.
- Why is good original content still ranking on other search engines?
- Why don't we see the same junk on the first pages of other search engines?
- Why is bounce rate much lower for visitors coming through other search engines?