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Parts of a client site which have low page ranks, hits and are not great search candidates are now high on the search results, while rich pages which were formerly #1 universally have fallen beneath them...
No logic that I can see except greater dependence on the Title Meta tag...
It is kinda funny how they handle sub-domains. ...if your sub-topics happen to be keywords (and what sub-topic aren't) then you get penalized and booted out of their results...
Its not funny to mean - its quite painful - I use sub domains to identify like so:
Its a directory site with several thousand business's listed across the country. I have over 500,000 pages indexed in google and Yahoo banned me - so what im supposed to rebuild my entire site because yahoo doesnt like using subdomains? The site is not spam it gives unique results based on the subdomain by finding business in and/or near to that city.
I have not attempted to get reincluded yet.