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MSN relevance, analisis of top 100 positions... poor result with 94% o
poor result with 94% of results spammed .. yes 94%

 11:51 am on Mar 9, 2004 (gmt 0)

I have done the search ´´widget geographic area´´. I have analised the results of the first 100 positions:

66 redirects or straight links to ****1
26 redirects or straight links to xxx2
2 redirects or straight links to xx3

All three of the above area clearly linked to each other with the same top iframe. In fact they are the same series of sites with the same resources.

That is 94% of the top 100 results is spammed.



 1:35 pm on Mar 10, 2004 (gmt 0)

with search terms that are very unique and hence appeal to a niche, it can be the case that only a couple of companies offer the services or products in question, and hence the serps will be filled with references to them from all their incoming links.

If however you go alot broader on the term into something like insurance, hotel, etc the serps are also representative of the amount of sites that exist trying to appeal to the algo.

Relevance in some cases is in the eye of the beholder, and i think in this instance the scale of the term and the prospective size of the community offering it, is key.


 9:09 pm on Mar 10, 2004 (gmt 0)

Well I just did a "widget marketing region" search, results were simply atrocious.
Let's hope what's on now is a "Maskirovka" exercise by Bills' Boys.


 8:25 am on Mar 11, 2004 (gmt 0)

this is a VERY COMPETITIVE search word, one of the most in internet in fact, and the geographic area in spain is aquivalent to california or texas in the US.


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