Google Algorithm

  • debarati
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Post 3+ Months Ago

How can I get detaild information about Google Algo? Can anyone help me by providing earlier versions of Google Algo?

And what points should I check for analyzing a website? :roll:

I normally check for

    meta tag
    contents
    anchor text
    image
    link structure
    link building


Anything more? please suggest
  • krismeister
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Post 3+ Months Ago

how about:
    google sitemap
    robot file
    proper html hierchy
    standard compliant code
  • sezerb
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Google doesn't disclose any part of their algorithm
  • meman
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Best thing to do is look at thier webmaster guidelines
  • debarati
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Post 3+ Months Ago

krismeister wrote :

how about:

google sitemap
robot file
proper html hierchy
standard compliant code


Quote:
Can you explain what is "proper html hierchy" and "standard compliant code" ?
  • krismeister
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Post 3+ Months Ago

By html hierarchy means:
Code: [ Select ]
<h1> Respect hierarchy</h1>
<p>We all understand to respect our elders, to respect our family, and to respect felow humarns, but what about our code</p>
<h2>Why you should respect your HTML</h2>
<p>You should respect your code for the following reasons</p>
<ul>
<li>It's so easy to write</li>
<li>It's so so easy to edit</li>
<li>Search Engines love it</li>
</ul>
<h2>But why do Search Engines love good Hierarchy organization?</h2>
<p>Computers can understand my grouping of information and my good use of headers to gain importance from the words i'm using<p>
  1. <h1> Respect hierarchy</h1>
  2. <p>We all understand to respect our elders, to respect our family, and to respect felow humarns, but what about our code</p>
  3. <h2>Why you should respect your HTML</h2>
  4. <p>You should respect your code for the following reasons</p>
  5. <ul>
  6. <li>It's so easy to write</li>
  7. <li>It's so so easy to edit</li>
  8. <li>Search Engines love it</li>
  9. </ul>
  10. <h2>But why do Search Engines love good Hierarchy organization?</h2>
  11. <p>Computers can understand my grouping of information and my good use of headers to gain importance from the words i'm using<p>


The above is just fine code. It organized text according to importance, it doesn't have tables to junk it up, it doesn't have internal css, it doesn't have internal javascript, it's easy for search engine to understand just like it is for you.
For starters learn this: http://alistapart.com/articles/holygrail
take 2 Advil in the morning, and never use tables again.

Standard Compliant: your code should pass this test: http://validator.w3.org/
  • markov
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Google never discloses its algorithm. The SEO professionals just make assumptions.
  • krismeister
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Post 3+ Months Ago

markov wrote:
The SEO professionals just make assumptions.


And test those assumptions.

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