On 7 Feb 2005 23:43:47 GMT, Duende <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>While sitting in a puddle Big Bill scribbled in the mud:
>> depending probably upon how often you updated your content
>Speaking of which. I just changed one of my sites to display random articles
>on the home page. How do you think that will affect my SE placement.
One of my sites' main page changes periodically, about once a week,
although the change could be considered slight - about a paragraph or
two that replaces another. [Although the changes to the main page
plays into the chosen keyword thoughts for the main page.] I move up
or down a couple of slots, in Google and Yahoo, but the monthly stats
still remain comfortable [in my opinion].
It is rumored that often changing pages are visited more often by the
spiders. I don't know if that fact although my stats share that
Google, MSN, and Yahoo pay me a visit frequently. Some feel the PR on
Google helps increase the amount of visits, so why one wants to get a
PR5 or above, but Yahoo or MSN spiders probably don't care about
Google PR thoughts ...
Oh well, I am probably rambling though.