| 6:02 am on Jul 15, 2004 (gmt 0)|
The only entry I found didn't have a link to his site at all - but interestingly, I did find a scraped copy of the blog, even without having to look too far.
| 12:07 pm on Jul 18, 2004 (gmt 0)|
First impression is: have a site with lots of unique content and good incoming links :-)
| 12:50 pm on Jul 18, 2004 (gmt 0)|
but a site like that doesn't need to worry too much about seo right?
| 3:17 pm on Jul 18, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Let's see... he has... good content, good backlinks (many from .edu), lots of links OUT to good sites.
| 6:54 pm on Jul 18, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Did you notice he prides himself on being an Alexa "Top 100 Site"?
rofl :) (he isnt either)
| 12:51 am on Jul 19, 2004 (gmt 0)|
look at his ugly shirt and whisky face...
comments posted on the blog are a big hint
that link relevance is not understood by google.com
| 1:27 am on Jul 19, 2004 (gmt 0)|
|Did you notice he prides himself on being an Alexa "Top 100 Site"? |
He claims to be in the top 100,000, not the top 100. But you are right, he's not even that. He's at about 200,000 now.
This person's site is not a blog, but of the 12 bloggers I've found who are employed at Google, only one is in the top 100,000 at Alexa, and he's at 98,000. This includes the big-name bloggers who were hired when Google acquired blogger.com. They all have a PageRank of between 5 and 7, but it doesn't translate into traffic.
For all their arrogance, there's no "there" there at Google. It's only the mass media that hasn't figured this out yet. I really believe that Google has no idea what they're doing. I predict a massive cash-out and exodus as soon as top Google employees can unload their options. This exodus may affect morale at Google, but I don't think it will affect quality. The quality is already about as low as it can get.
| 8:44 am on Jul 27, 2004 (gmt 0)|
|Let's breakdown his site and see what we can learn. |
Yeah, let's do that.