Affiliates, You Can't SELL That!
Yahoo! has been employing editors hard at work to remove affiliate sites. Aparently some SEO's have been getting personalized email responses which state (among other things)
[url] is blocked from our index; the heavy use of affiliate content is likely the cause. Yahoo! wants users to get unique, diverse content for their searches whenever possible.
This really shows the fundamental difference in the approach to search between Google and Yahoo!. Yahoo! is betting the farm that they can edit better than Google can formulate. I bet they can't...
Google = mathematics
Yahoo! = human editing
*bonus points Teoma = CLUSTERING
Removing these affiliate sites may improve the search experience at Yahoo!, and it will allow them to sell more Site Match listing clicks.
Read more on the discussion at Highrankings.com forums
Affiliates, You Can SELL This
If you are one of the many people who gave a glowing review of my eBook you can sign up to join my affiliate program. The book sale price is $39.99, and the affiliate payout is 50%.
Alf, a database design specialist signed up yesterday and made awesome sales copy that I could not have even asked for. Always good to see my ebook getting better reviews than SiteBuildIt on a site built by SiteBuildIt.
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