May 2009 Google Webmaster Report

May 6, 2009 • 9:08 am | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google PageRank & Algorithm Updates
 

Like every month, we try to provide you with a Google webmaster report on what is going on with Google over the past month, in terms of the SEO perspective. You can read the April 2009 report, in case you missed it.

A WebmasterWorld thread reports a scary silence in the Google results. Some are a bit worried that things aren't moving around in the rankings as they normally do. But some webmasters are noticing shuffles, but not all.

Tedster does add an interesting point:

I also see "more associative search results" - maybe the effect of the approach outlined Google patent. It does get frustrating when an experienced user of search can't count on seeing precise results, even by using quoted phrases, plus signs and the like.

Here are the most important stories in this topic over the past few weeks:

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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