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Article: An Analysis of the Google Search Engine Algorithm

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This aticle presents factual evidence that Google's PageRank, inbound
links and keywords are irrelevent to your placement in the search
results.

It presents several case studies that show conclusively that the
algorithm used by Google's search engine is flawed with serious "bugs"
that deny many websites the high ranking that they should otherwise be
granted while granting it to those who shouldn't have it.

The article is entitled "Google PageRank, Inbound Links and Keywords
Irrelevant - An Analysis of Google's Search Algorithm"

It can be found at http://www.closerworlds.com

Scroll to the bottom of the web page and click on the article link.
Nov 15 '05 #1
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This is SO inappropriately posted, but I must respond.

Google makes no secret about the fact that it doesn't necessarily use
keywords. I'm sick of all these people who have tried to finagle their page
ranking on google, only to have google figure it out and manually lower
their page rank. Then they get all upset and start saying google is unfair,
even to the extent of trying to sue them (unsuccessfully) and writing these
ridiculous critiques.

The fact is, Google is a private company that can do whatever the hell it
wants with its search technology. If you don't like it, make a better one,
but stop whining.

Pete

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http://www.petedavis.net

"Johann Blake" <jo*********@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:d8*************************@posting.google.co m...
This aticle presents factual evidence that Google's PageRank, inbound
links and keywords are irrelevent to your placement in the search
results.

It presents several case studies that show conclusively that the
algorithm used by Google's search engine is flawed with serious "bugs"
that deny many websites the high ranking that they should otherwise be
granted while granting it to those who shouldn't have it.

The article is entitled "Google PageRank, Inbound Links and Keywords
Irrelevant - An Analysis of Google's Search Algorithm"

It can be found at http://www.closerworlds.com

Scroll to the bottom of the web page and click on the article link.

Nov 15 '05 #2

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And I suppose you're an objective, unaffiliated party just trying to do
the right thing, eh?

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Nov 15 '05 #3

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I agree. Google is still the best search engine in the world. As long as
you use the appropriate search keywords, you should find what you want. I
have had little problems finding relevant information and the fact that
companies trying to sell me something do not appear at the top of the list
is rather a good thing.

"Pete Davis" <pd******@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:64******************************@news.meganet news.com...
This is SO inappropriately posted, but I must respond.

Google makes no secret about the fact that it doesn't necessarily use
keywords. I'm sick of all these people who have tried to finagle their page ranking on google, only to have google figure it out and manually lower
their page rank. Then they get all upset and start saying google is unfair, even to the extent of trying to sue them (unsuccessfully) and writing these ridiculous critiques.

The fact is, Google is a private company that can do whatever the hell it
wants with its search technology. If you don't like it, make a better one,
but stop whining.

Pete

--
http://www.petedavis.net

"Johann Blake" <jo*********@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:d8*************************@posting.google.co m...
This aticle presents factual evidence that Google's PageRank, inbound
links and keywords are irrelevent to your placement in the search
results.

It presents several case studies that show conclusively that the
algorithm used by Google's search engine is flawed with serious "bugs"
that deny many websites the high ranking that they should otherwise be
granted while granting it to those who shouldn't have it.

The article is entitled "Google PageRank, Inbound Links and Keywords
Irrelevant - An Analysis of Google's Search Algorithm"

It can be found at http://www.closerworlds.com

Scroll to the bottom of the web page and click on the article link.


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