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PageRank To A New Beat

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Google patented a formula a while ago called PageRank which is a formula that is designed to determine the importance of a page on a scale of 0-10 with 10 being the highest.

PageRank is now skipping to a new beat, watch this video: Continue Reading »

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More Than Pagerank Needed To Rank

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As time moves on the search engines are having to continually evolve. In the older days pagerank and anchor text used to be really high on the list of what a webpage needed to rank. Advancing algorithms are now taking in a lot more data to determine the importance and relevance of a webpage in order to put it at the top of the results for any keyword.

There have been some Google search engineers who have come out and said that it is not uncommon for Google to make Continue Reading »

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Domain Name Age

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The age of a domain name plays a vital role in search engines. Just like offline businesses where companies that have been around a while increase in credibility to customers as opposed to start ups. Search engines do look at the age of a domain name as a factor. While it is not a killer to start ups it is looked at. There are two things that are looked at. Continue Reading »

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Google Pagerank

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Google created the algorithm Pagerank to determine the value of a page. The ranking is 0-10 with 10 being the highest. Google was originally called Backrub because of the software they had to determine the backlinks coming into a page from another. Pagerank takes into account the links coming in as somewhat a vote. The more votes to a page the higher the PR will normally be. Also the importance of the page casting the vote also plays a role. Continue Reading »

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