__/ [ bestwebmarketing@xxxxxxxxx ] on Monday 15 May 2006 00:45 \__
> Hello all.
> It seems that optimizing for getting higher in google serpes is harder
> than for yahoo and msn.
> Does that means that if i optimize for google i will get even better
> results for yahoo and msn?
Probably. The algorithms for ranking bear commonalities. It's not exact
science, but the heuristics remain similar.
> Does that means that if i optimize for yahoo or msn i will not get good
> ranking in google?
Again, probably, but don't count it.
> What are the diferences between optimizing a website for the top 3
When you optimise for Google, assuming your site is technical, you are using
your time wisely. In the other 2 cases, you knock your head against a wall.
> Thx in advance for all comments, they will help me decide a few
> Any interesting links about this specific issue i would thank too.
You can search the Web for many aspects of SEO and learn from other people's
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