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@jecasc - nothing about my site is fake.
[edited by: crobb305 at 4:54 pm (utc) on Apr 19, 2011]
Too many external named links "widget keyword" instead of "more..." (eg) cause penalties
[edited by: crobb305 at 5:09 pm (utc) on Apr 19, 2011]
@crobb305: that would fit the point "technical elegance" suggests quality :-)
Duplicate content snippets on your page cause substantial bigger problems
joined:Apr 20, 2011
Interesting thought from incrediBILL about review sites being hit.
[edited by: zehrila at 11:09 am (utc) on Apr 20, 2011]
Is it that Google penalizes old content, or that they reward newer content?
Has anyone considered loading times?
User behavior: G gathers it from Chrome, Toolbar, Analytics and factors it in. It is rumored to be VERY strong.
I am pondering anything that can be programmed into the algorithm to be an indicator of quality, in particular, "Reputed Credibility" (i.e., 3rd-party certifications and awards). Among these MIGHT be SSL Certification, privacy verification, hacker-free certifications, respected/recognized awards, etc. These may or may not be playing a role right now.
This isnt not a factor right now, we have MANY certifications including:
We're ecommerce so we visibly show them, and we were still hammered by Panda
my focus is on relevance through semantic linking / navigation heirarchies, and natural language and conversations . Google asked consideration of it's testers for "human factors" , so to me it smacks of a step towards a greater grasp by the algorithmn of language across a raft of known options.
it has to be said, that a linear forum isn't the most ideal way to dissect the importance of various issues and/or present the findings in a clear and logical way.
[edited by: crobb305 at 3:05 pm (utc) on Apr 21, 2011]
joined:Apr 13, 2011
Does anyone remember the old days of Google dance when G will do an update and results will be in a flux for days/weeks but eventually settle down? I hope this is the case.