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As best as I can figure, these seem to be very important in getting a high ranking on Teoma:
#1) Having the key word/phrase in the page title.
#2) Having the key word somewhere in the URL. For example, if you are trying to score high with "widgets", then having a URL like:
likely will give you a major boost.
#3) Keyword density. My site doesn't have a huge amount of inbound links. However, I have carefully arranged to have high keyword density on all these search terms on my home page. One of the search terms I am page 1 on is a *very* common phrase that appears on tons of web pages. I attribute my high ranking to having that both in my page title, and also a high keyword density for it.
Alas, so far all this has got me is one measly hit today from ask.com. Dwarfing the couple dozen or so from Google.
Teoma, is a themed engine, and its last update proved it without a doubt to me and many others.
The expert resources, got the thumbs up in most cases, with a couple of sparadic, seemingly incomprehensible listings for certain keyterms.
It was a considerable update, but teoma will start trying to get its index up, within its spam filters, to a comparable amount of the likes of GG, ATW, and wisenut.
My point is that you are putting all your eggs in one basket, teoma may turn a switch on and deem your index page as spam, then your gone, again.