There’s quite a debate going on in the webmaster world about the recent changes to Google’s pagerank algorithm. I commented on the phenomenon earlier this week (and my drop from the top 10 “Rick” results on the Internet), but it appears that the impact of Google’s changes are far-reaching.
The two camps can be seen at WebMasterWorld.com: Google is good and Google is horrible. (Thanks to Search Engine Blog for the pointers.) There’s also some speculation about what in fact happened over at Google.
And finally, thanks to Genie Tyburski at The Virtual Chase for some info about the “Google Dance“ – the period of time in which Google is updating its servers when you can get different results at Google for the same query depending on which Google server you hit. Interesting.