eWeek Reaches Out to SEM/SEO Community on Google Big Daddy Update

May 11, 2006 - 8:18 am 0 by
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Ben Charny wrote an eWeek article named Is 'Big Daddy' Choking Google? with a very nice roundup of the issues plaguing Webmasters since the Big Daddy Google infrastructure roll out, our latest update on that can be found here. Ben Charny used our community resources to document his story and has linked out to this site and our forums graciously, something rarely ever done by a well-known and respected publication.

Six paragraphs down, you will notice the link that reads "Many" goes to this site, an entry we named Pages Coming In & Out of the Google.com Results & Google Index where I summarized the forum discussion via links on the issues being reported at the various forums. Ben Charny continued by linking directly to WebmasterWorld forums, Search Engine Watch forum posts and to Matt Cutts's blog.

This is both good for Google and for or industry. Hopefully this will help Google prioritize search over some of the other things they have been dabbling in. :)

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.


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