On Tue, 14 Jun 2005 04:06:27 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
>> For everyone here is more about Bourbon.
>Very interesting. Thanks Stacey.
>"Google is undergoing some of the most sweeping changes in its short, seven
>year history. As of next week, Google will have finished sorting what might
>be its largest algorithm shift ever as the final points of the 3.5 part
>Bourbon Update were installed last Monday. This update has been staggered
>into three and a half sections in order to avoid a massive amount of
>dislocation in established rankings as was seen in previous major updates.
>While changes stemming from the Bourbon Update have not actually manifested
>into a full reordering of Google?s search engine results pages (SERPs),
>many individual webmasters have reported fairly significant losses or gains
>in ranking over the past few days."
This is actually four/five days old, if I'd realised you guys were
interested I'd have passed it on.
>So now there is something more concrete rather than rumours. I have changed
>the statistics again and there was quite definitely a change over the
>weekend. Sadly, I modified my content and even excluded pages (in
>robots.txt) throughout these unannounced changes which often lead Webmaster
>to blaming themselves. If Bourbon is sophisticated, it should be able to
>knock the spammers off high positions and bring benefits to genuine sites.
seo that watches the river flow...