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I would think that you are probably tipping off the over-optimization flags as the previous posted said.
My advice, when you make changes, make them s-l-o-w-l-y and track to see what actually helps, and what hurts.
Instead I don't easily find these pages any more. I guess they're still in there just listed a lot lower. What I do see is where Google has selected other of my pages to kind of replace in the serps the pages I optimized. I assume I was penalized some how but can't figure out the specifics.
I've sat back & watched one of them came back on page 3 in Google. It's been relatively stable there.
The dilemma is whether I should change the websites to make them rank better on Google, or whether just to let them be since they're doing ok on 2 other search engines.
Did you hear MSN and Yahoo are each forecasted to have 45% search engine market share by the end of 2005?