___/ On Wednesday 24 August 2005 22:25, [Fritz M] wrote : \___
> Big Bill wrote:
>> So they're different every now and then, getting switched for another
>> bunch? For why?
> It's one of the voodoo "SEO" tricks that don't work -- trying to trick
> the SEs that you have updated, fresh content by randomizing some of the
> outbound links.
> SEs might also infer participation in DP or other link exchange
> programs if you have rotating random links.
What about rotating banners? Would that be bad practice as well? I am
certain that they don't like sites that choose arbitrary front page content
to give the illusion of dynamics.
Penalising for rotation is adverse to logic, but since SE's fear it, they
choose to forbid it perhaps. Imagine youself commercial breaks on TV that
are always served in the same order.
Roy S. Schestowitz "This sig seemed like a good idea at the time..."