__/ [ zennie.abraham@xxxxxxxxx ] on Sunday 06 August 2006 17:30 \__
> I've noticed that if I type a certain keyword in a search engine like
> Google, depending on that keyword, the first website that comes up
> contains exactly that keyword, sometimes even if the site itself isn't
> relevant to the keyword.
> Does anyone know the script code for that? I'm sure it's around as
> this happens too many times.
Your question is not too clear (though maybe my
understanding is just lacking). I think the answer you are
after lies in the fact that sites get a boost for search
phrases if the text pointing to them (and text in the
vicinity of inbound links) contains or resembles the search
phrase. So, to exemplify, if 1000 people linked to your site
from sites about lizards, your position for the phrase
'lizard' would improve, regardless of the content of your
Web site. Try searching for 'miserable failure' in Google.
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