A/B testing and Google SEO policies

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Our company is looking to do some market research on two different
product lines.
The idea is that as traffic visits our site, 50% are shown one site
with a product line, and 50% are shown a completely different site with
a different product line.

The goal is to measure sales conversions to see how well our new
product will be accepted by the market as compared to an existing

My question is; how will Google, Yahoo and MSN interpret our
intentions? What kind of risk is there in being de-listed?

I've done lots of reading but I can't find any material for this
specific case, and the stuff I have read on cloaking is not definitive
enough for me to make a conclusive risk assessment. If anyone has an
example I would love to show it to our marketing dept to ease concerns
of being de-listed.

Thanks in advance!

Re: A/B testing and Google SEO policies

On Wed, 25 Jan 2006 04:02:39 +0100, SimplySean  

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Have you tried to contact SE directly?


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