Whitey - 6:46 am on Jan 11, 2012 (gmt 0)
@Lenny2 - really what i was driving at with the mathematics angle was less of an intensive analysis, but more or less along the lines of :
- what % of your content is unique
- what % of your site is unique
- do you have fresh content / what proportion changes
-You have great content ? Y ?
-But how are you defining that compared to others ?
Every site is unqiue to some extent, so these questions may not apply to you, but i am trying to encourage a more substantive approach.
You may build a a great site for users, which sure is better than chasing the algorithmn by trying to reverse engineer it [ a mug's game ], but can you drop some numbers around it. It doesn't have to be complex.
This is what i mean by translating quality to mathematics. This is all Google can ever read.