On Sun, 17 Jul 2005 12:24:56 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on the topic of "Re: Increasing PageRank
>I am not sure we are people to /learn from/. Search engines are enigmatic
>and all we do is speculate and judge based on the patents proliferated by
>Google et al.
It seems to be as good a place as any, as well as being a friendly bunch :-)
>Get you give me some of these 50,000 PR's? I can distribute them across
>5,000 sites to give them PR10. Did you mean "visits"? If 50,000 is the
>number of visits, you ought to get a higher PageRank. You definitely can,
50,000 Page Requests a month. I've noticed alot of my traffic is generated
from fairly random search terms actually. My main keywords do show up in
google, but on about page 10.
>It does not necessarily /list/ all links, but it probably follows them,
>which leads to higher traffic and plenty of indexing. Google usually crawls
>the most among the search giants.
>The same old tricks and tips probably apply. They could not fit within a
>single message, so finding relevant Web pages and tutorials would be a good
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