joined:Dec 30, 2008
I've been monitoring many sites in my niche for quite a while and still cannot understand one thing. Some sites with quite many good backlinks can't get even 10% of their websites indexed by Google (because Google doesn't find it worth to be in the index), as a result they have very little Google traffic.
Others, with fewer back links and lower PR, and even not that old (in a few cases only 4 months), have hundreds of thousands of their autogenerated pages with pretty much the same content, and as result huge traffic from big G. Both have next to nothing of unique content.
Site navigation structure is very similar, and it really amazes me what would happen if I had a chance to swap their backlinks.
So, what is the secret? Also, I'm very interested how to achieve this success on my own website, so if you offer this kind of SEO services, please let me know.
[edited by: tedster at 4:25 pm (utc) on May 20, 2010]