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Quote : "you may see some shuffling of the pages that are included in the index and some changes in ranking as well."
Translation : Hang on... another Yahoo!-YoYo ride coming...
[edited by: martinibuster at 8:09 pm (utc) on July 29, 2006]
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The main thing I notice is that "banned" sites are still banned, despite improvments and quality of content, and that many sites that were indexed with internal pages shown as url only have been reduced to homepage only (site:example.com).
I guess time will tell. But I doubt most Y! shareholder would even understand that "weather report" much less put any stock it(pun intended).
I haven't seen any movement in my market yet, anyone seeing anything?
I guess that I was not the only to complain that Yahoo was keeping on crawling sites like crazy and totally blind of any relevance!
Good that shareholders (maybe) start putting pressure on all these flakes unable to build a relevant algorithm and wasting both their time, ours, their money and our bandwidth.
Now if they could explain me why they need 12's of different referrers to crawl a website I would love to know the answer - Because obviously it doesn't make their algo better but it scr@ws up my webstats! 50% of visits are actually some disguise of their bots.
If they really want to make some change than they should remove spam sites and show good and spam free results.
Yahoo! has gone !oohaY
Anyone else see this happen and know what is the cause or what can be done?