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November 08, 2011
Reactions To Google's Recent Algorithm Update
By John Vinson
I'm not sure what other writers are calling Google's algorithm update, as we've only had it for a day. I'm staying with the KISS (keep it simple stupid) method, and calling it "Google Fresh". No doubt, SEO experts, webmasters, and even users will feel the effects of Google Fresh, with many of those people voicing their opinions on the changes. In fact, many have already sounded off. Let's take a look at what they've had to say.

SEOMoz's Rand Fishkin, is the only responder I've seen who's released a video concerning the update. He discussed the changes with Mike King of @iPullRank. One of the most important takeaways from the video is how they believe timestamps, specifically in the XML sitemaps could see a boost in terms of importance. A trend you'll notice as you read more reactions.

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