Google's Matt Cutts Talks Facebook/Twitter Links' Influence on Search Ranking

21 12 2010

We recently looked at how Google and Bing use links on Twitter and Facebook for organic ranking, following an informative piece from Danny Sullivan on the matter. Google’s Matt Cutts has now addressed the subject a bit more in a new video uploaded to Googles’ Webmaster Help Channel .

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BrowseRank The Next PageRank, Says Microsoft

28 07 2008

It shouldn’t be the links that come in, but the time spent browsing a relevant page, that should help determine where a page ranks for a given query. Microsoft has a big idea on ranking pages listed in a search engine index for later retrieval

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Google Not Following its Own Paid Link Rules

8 01 2008

One of the more entertaining aspects of the entire paid links debate is Google is pretty quick to dole out the punishment, even though in many cases they haven’t taken the time to get their own house in order. We’ve discussed the links to Golfballs.com on the Google checkout blog multiple times

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Google Not Following its Own Paid Link Rules