HOW COME GOOGLE Butchering SERP Game titles and Explanations?
Is GOOGLE … SERP Game titles and … or Tests … … have just examined SERP Game titles and … for many of my Sites and also have come away extremely … by a fresh trend Is certainly GOOGLE Butchering SERP Game titles and Explanations or Tests Algorithm Changes?I’ve simply checked SERP Game titles and Descriptions for many of my Sites and also have come away extremely disturbed by a fresh trend.It seems GOOGLE has reverted to DMOZ anchor text message for SERP Game titles and included all header picture Â“altÂ” text message in the explanations.These SERP list methods will strike W3C validated Sites with graphical header components the hardest and encourage Â“altÂ” text message keyword loading, rather than being picture descriptive.My SERP list simply went from:Â“Hill Eagle Advertising – Advanced Custom made Web Design, Advertising and Website Funding, Houston TxÂ”Towards the Â“RefreshingÂ” GOOGLE ListÂ”:Â“Hill Eagle WEB SITE DESIGN and ConsultingMEM Logo design, Mountain Eagle Advertising Header. ADVANCED Custom made WEB SITE DESIGN AND Advertising.Horizontal Line 425px. Vertical Range 1340px, Custom WEB PAGE DESIGN, …Â”DMOZ List:”Hill Eagle WEB SITE DESIGN and Consulting – Web site design, consulting, images, marketing, and internet search engine distribution. Located in Houston, Texas, United States.”That was the name of my company 5 or 6 years ago, I donÂ’t want that listing in the GOOGLE Index or Directory site! Surely they arenÂ’t trying to reinforce the importance of DMOZ without first making it easier to make changes or get new Sites listed. I am seeing more and more pages and Sites take own these new Â“butcheredÂ” SERP listings in the last few days.Have they lost it completely? Do they want to encourage image “alt” text spamming now? Alt text is now equal to or more important than Titles and metatag descriptions? Everything is listed in linear order, as parsed in order down the page?What is relevant about several 12 months old DMOZ Titles?Are they wanting to Â“beef upÂ” their Image Search prominence?The adaptation of the DMOZ anchor text title is bad enough, but the alt tag heavy description is much worse. If the pattern continues, any page with header graphics and alt tags will have a description “leveling” across an entire Site. This will be a problem for many W3C validated Sites that have header graphics.I certainly hope this is just a test period before an algorithm update, and it doesnÂ’t last long.This issue is being discussed at WebProWorld here: http://www.webproworld.com/viewtopic.php?t=42848Ken Websterwww.mountaineagleweb.com