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I've been in the #1 spot for a competative phrase for many months, disappeared, not I'm back, but the subpage that had been #1 has been replaced by the index page now at #4. Strange.
serps look like an improvement at first glance.
nice press release
It is important to have a dialog with publishers who rely on our product to send them visitors and that these content providers provide us with valuable feedback on our search products.
taken from the link provided by Imaster
ahem...paying attention google ;o)
I think this marks the first time ever that an update has been announced. Another example of how Yahoo is trying to communicate with SEO's despite the obvious reasons not to.
I vote we name the yahoo update: Update Tim
A very polite announcement, in my opinion, representative of Y's increasing willingness to communicate with webmasters and SEO's. Nice job guys.
[edited by: stuntdubl at 7:46 pm (utc) on April 1, 2005]