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With Inktomi, I feel completely powerless. I've been scouring the net all day today for better ideas how to get higher rankings, and I'm finding very little. I see a bunch of tips on how to improve the odds of a higher ranking but nothing like the "build more links to your site and target keywords with anchor text" mantra which are words to live by with Google.
About two months ago, we got into the Position Tech trusted feed program, and they are manually inserting over 4,000 pages of our sites every week, automatically. Each page we submit has unique Page Title, Mega Tags, and a lot of content with high keyword density. By all accounts, Inktomi should LOVE us. However, we are so low in their index it is pretty depressing.
Even the people are PositionTech are scratching their heads. It's quite frustraing.
I definitely consider Inktomi's results incredibly random, and therefore no wonder they have more mediocre results.
I guess my question is other than keyword density, meta tags, and page title can I change? What do I have hte power to change? If I rank low in Google, I go trade a bunch of links. Right now with Inktomi, I feel completely powerless to change our fate!
PS: We have 160 #1 keywords in Google, and we are lucky to break top ten in Ink.
I find my new sites will gradually appear on Inktomi because of the links, but I want to speed up the process. As well, it seems to be established that Yahoo is not equal to Inktomi. It might have it's own bot.
joined:Feb 18, 2004
In other words, if you have static pages which rarely change don't use PFI.
If you have a dynamic page which changes often or you're in a hurry for some reason (rare is there a good one), then do use PFI.
Is that the consensus?
joined:Feb 18, 2004
You'd think there would be a rush to their door and that they'd be trumpeting the importance of PFI now.
Hmmm. Our sites (we have paid INK inclusion for the homepage only) are nowhere to be found in Yahoo. However, deep in the serps much less relevant sub-directory pages begint o show up. Is paid inclusion already a liability?
No no, this is fine
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Making the background transparent refers to the part of the page that the H1 sits on. If you had
the text would be orange sitting on top of purple. If it's transparent it just takes on the color of the page background with text on top of it in whatever font color is designated. If none is designated, it's the default, which would just be plain black text, plain as day.
Making the background invisible in CSS isn't the same thing as making text invisible.
joined:May 21, 2002