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Teoma Algo cracked?
can't see why this would'nt work
Dragonfly




msg:33261
 11:30 am on Jan 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

I've been pondering the Teoma Algo, for some time now and it seems to me its much easier to crack than Google, this is a bit spammy but here goes

decide what your killer keyword is (searched the most)

AUTHORITY - Search TEOMA for your killer keyword, nick the text from the top 10 authorities, reword and compile into a 3-4 page subsection of your site, add keyword specific meta tags, title and description

HUB - Search TEOMA for your killer keyword again, grab the source code for the results and compile the top 30 into a links page headed with your killer keyword. Pop a link to your newly created authority page/s at the top. repeat 3-4 times (different layout, shuffling the results each time) and put it on different URLS.

In theory you should fulfil both the hub and authority criteria .... I havn't actually tried this yet but i can't see how it would'nt work

 

Brett_Tabke




msg:33262
 12:50 pm on Jan 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

The easiest way to explain Teoma is to say it is Google with Context added. You not only have to have good inbound link numbers, but the text of that page, the directory listings, the link text, and several other contextual factors have to be in place.

I could see it in the minor keywords where there are few pages for any result, but on the larger kw's, it's would be next to impossible to touch the teoma algo. Context is a whole new beast - new degree of difficulty.

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