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I though it had something to do with their pain inclusion algo, but i really think it has to do with template identification algo.
I'm sorry, but I was never suggesting that things would revert to their prior state by Monday. I was merely pointing out that Yahoo typically rolls out an updat on a Thursday or Friday and things pretty much settle down by the following Monday.
Our traffic doubled from Yahoo on this last update - but that doesn't mean much except that we like the update ;)
This is a rather young site (4 years old) by Yahoo's standards. We're not taking off on this last update - we get about 10% of our traffic from Yahoo.
[edited by: BillyS at 2:25 am (utc) on Aug. 5, 2008]
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This is obviously an update.
I apologize! I misunderstood it...
I was hoping that everything would have been reversed....
In any case I still see a lot of movements.
I think that Yahoo is rotating results to get information on the most clicked sites...
Screw up the results and force more small business into the advertising.
Whatever changes happen on some search engine algo, someone will inevitably come up with this one. It's not very original anymore.
Koan, so in your infinite wisdom you thought things were going to stay the same at Yahoo once Google stepped into the picture. Do tell me more because the response seems wierdly out-of-touch. Are you telling us Google wants to settle for the status quo in the Yahoo advertising and serps and the might of Yahoo will determine it? Not likely in my view.