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'Coherent' Links: Do Relevant Links Count More?
Coherent and 'relevant' links do not exist at all.
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msg:744812
 6:50 pm on Mar 26, 2005 (gmt 0)

All SEOs say that a link is 'havier' if it comes from a page which has the same contents of the linked page; but I'd like to know how google - which is a lexical se and not a semantic one - can know the 'subject' of a site? Google can only know if a page contain a keyword but noothing about its subject.

 

MHes




msg:744813
 6:09 pm on Mar 28, 2005 (gmt 0)

Hi
If google does a normal set of results for a search term and then looks at the linking structure between those pages it has found it can find 'on theme' links.

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