__/ [mark | r] on Saturday 05 November 2005 09:42 \__
> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> As with most of Google's updates they've kindly initiated it in the
>> evening on a Friday just to further insure that those of us in the
>> SEO industry are forced to work through the weekend. :)
> how do people identify an update as opposed to the usual friday pm through
> to monday mid day floopiness that google suffers on a weekly basis?
As Bill already said, this must have reached from Cutt's mouth. He said
the following word a couple of days ago:
"Just to keep people up-to-date, Jagger3 is not visible yet. Last week I
said that Jagger3 would hopefully be visible this week. It?s possible that
it might be visible by Friday or this weekend. I?ll let you know when I?ve
got more info."
( http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/update-on-jagger-3-still-a-few-more-days/ )
It is so succinct that it makes you wonder if he was very strictly a
courier. It also contributes when you can put a face on Big Brother <
http://www.mattcutts.com/images/inigo3.jpg > and realise that it doesn't
have to be Darth Vader or Neo from the Matrix.
I still see no changes in SEPR's I am familiar with. As far as Google
Images is concerned, it's business as usual (more referrals than ever be-
fore). PageRank update has not passed over my site yet. It has been months
since the last change. The datacentres continue to fluctuate, at least in
terms of behaviour (willingness to report):