Thursday, November 16, 2006

What Google looks at your website?

Google looks at a websites on-site factors and off-site factors to determine how the website should rank in their results.

Yes, I am a mathematician, but even for me, deciphering the Google’s algorithm is quite complex for me.

But then I have come to a conclusion that it is not really necessary to understand to gain link popularity thanks to some excellent tips from USWeb.

Just let these valid points sink in to you:
Google really looks for now are links pointing to your website from many different sources on the internet.

1000 links from different websites with low levels of Page Rank work better in increasing your rankings within the organic results of Google.

Google looks at where the link is placed on the website and gives more value when the link is within textual content as opposed to sitting at the bottom of the page in a list of links.

Google also looks at the text that surrounds the link and determines how targeted that text is compared to the page that the link points to.

Now don’t you think it is very clear that it is important to increase link popularity by receiving links on different pages of different websites that have content that is similar to the content on your website?

This is the natural way that popular websites remain popular and rank well in the search engines.

Blogitive has proven to be extremely effective in increasing link popularity and is also very cost effective.

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