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Now - that's good for you ;) but is it good for them? :)
I think it is a very bad thing that new pages can get into the index so quickly. It shows MSN do no quality checks and, basically, don't give a #*$!.
Bill can buy terrabits of bandwidth and more terrabits of storage but what MSN search needs is a bit of human intervention. That human factor has just vastly improved Google.
Remember Altavista in 1999? That is how MSN search will look in a few months if it doesn't do something similar to the purge Google has just completed.
The spammers who have been caught out by the Google update will become MSN specific and will drown MSN search in spammy crap.
The lack of quality in MSN search is capable of severely damaging the launch of the new Windows. Unless, of course, Microsoft lets users specify a search engine other than MSN.
I know that was a rant, pardon me.
I hope I am on the right track for my clients. They relay on me to provide best practice advice. I can say I have never attempted to spam any engine my goal is to provide these clients with the highest level of White hat SEO techniques that help gain traffic.
I look forward to all of informational source.... WebmasterWorld....
Thanks Again for a great year of PubCon.
IMHO, Google is not interested in webmaster's complaint. If any, it takes complaint to R&D its product and new products (eq. Google Print, G analytic, etc.). It is too busy to dominate internet and trying to set the rule of game.
Amid Jagger and Yahoo weather update, Bill Gates is watching, learning, and refuse to do update at the same time. I guess He knows what to be done following his own success with OS war.
I am happy if there will be stiff competition between G, Y, M and -who knows- other search engine with split traffic so that webmasters would have more choices.
Mine (http://thegreenripepotatoes.blogspot.com/2005/11/very-fast-inclusion-to-msn-index.html) was less than 24 hours