Talking About Google's Feb. 2005 Update
For Search Engine Watch members, I’ve posted a Google’s Feb. 2005 Update article
that summarizes some things about the Google update that’s recently happened. No major revelations, but pointers to various forum threads and a few thoughts.
Yes, there was an update — Google has confirmed what everyone has already observed. In something new, the company has also created a special email address allowing you to
send feedback of any type specifically about the change. To do so, email [email protected], but keep in mind:
The feedback will all be gathered to the review that Google already does of changes.
“We do in-depth testing of the changes we make to ensure that we’re improving our relevancy and results,” said Google software engineer Matt Cutts.
Want to discuss or learn more? The
What’s Going On With Google: Feb. 2005 Update summarizes key threads on the topic in our forums.
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