__/ [ RG ] on Wednesday 08 March 2006 00:01 \__
> I get mixed opinions on what makes google search results. Some say links.
> Some say content. Some say both.
Both. Different 'flavours' suit different sites though.
> What is meant by content? If it stand for wordiness, I see a lot online
> stores having little writeup. If it is not wordiness, what is it?
Content in my eyes is also analogous to _amount_ of information/pages. This
can otherwise be perceived as the frequency certain words repeat. In line
with my comment above, on-line stores might rely less on search engines
pointing to 'articles'. Buyers need to arrive at preduct pages instead.
> Thanks in advance
Hope it helps,
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