Upon further examination, it appears that various Airbnb pages auto-generate fake dates that roughly correspond to the last time Google crawled them.
The benefit of changing article dates like this is subtle, and it doesn’t obviously improve your SEO (the date listed in your SERP meta description won’t inherently impact your freshness).
Momentan ist der das früheste Datum eines Beitrags.
Denke daran, dass du das Datum eines beworbenen Beitrags nicht ändern kannst und dass du das Datum nicht auf ein späteres Datum datieren kannst.
However, they did not report their ownership as being changed as of the retroactive effective date in filing their tax returns.
The IRS sought to apply the retroactive date – and the taxpayers argued that such a retroactive date would be an unenforceable backdating of a document and should be ignored. It is interesting that this is the opposite of what you would expect – normally it is the taxpayer that wants to use the prior effective date and the IRS seeking to ignore it.
Specifically, a cabin listing stamped with the current date had somehow accrued more than reviews.
Conrad confirms that he’s seen some pages with a CTR as high as 55 percent after a simple update to the month and year in their title tag.
And, date manipulation in SERP meta descriptions isn’t currently penalized, this benefit comes at little personal risk.
Jennifer Slegg from The SEMPost shared my concerns.
In October 2017, she asked Google’s Gary Illyes whether auto-generating dates might have consequences, such as triggering Google’s spam filter:“From our perspective, from Core Ranking perspective, I’d like to believe that in some way that will hurt you.
For example, in a recent Tax Court case, a dispute arose in regard to a change in ownership of interests in a limited liability company (LLC).