jkdt0077 - 8:02 am on Apr 18, 2012 (gmt 0)
Which is absolutely, positively and forever impossible. So don't even go down that road because it's a dead end.
It's not impossible - it's just incredibly difficult. But with Google being on top for the past 5-10 years they should at least have some kind of idea how to achieve it by now, right?
Instead, page relevancy is traded off for things like company size, age of website, number of links in, user interactivity levels, amount of ads on page bla bla bla.. meaning the same few sites come up in the top 10 time after time - whether they are the most relevant or not. FGS Google, just rank the most relevant page! Stop the automated penalties without giving webmasters any idea what they've done wrong, while other sites doing all kinds of black hat wrongness (but somehow manage to slip through the net) move up the pages to the top! If I've got too many keywords in my title then tell me. If I have too many ads on the page tell me. That way I at least have a choice whether I want to remove the things that are penalising my sites or not. If the playing field was level and fair then the only thing that remains to rank sites on is relevancy.