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Miss USA [PersonRank 10]

Friday, May 5, 2006
16 years ago2,910 views

Interesting how MSN & Google are becoming very quick to rank popular Web sites. Their ALGOS appear to validate sites based on Trust Rank , Titles and keyword frequency ...

In just one week a topic on MATT CUTTS Blog makes Page One of both Search Engines for the term... MISS USA ...

Since this is a highly publicized contest – world wide – there were undoubtably HUNDREDS or articles by Online Media Resources including many large outlets.
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Philipp Lenssen [PersonRank 10]

16 years ago #

I alerted Matt to the fact he's #1 for [who wins miss usa?] :) [PersonRank 10]

16 years ago #

This analysis is just to get an insight into Google & MSN new Algos (Yahoo has not spidered the thread yet)

But apparently, if a DOMAIN is * TRUSTED * – any page in it will be immediately given a "green-light" via the TITLE or Body Keywords in the SERPs... even with NO PageRank.

In other words, we trust you enough to allow you to rank without having to earn (backlinks) any points or Prove to us you are believable.

Don't forget these query terms mentioned have been included by Millions or Web pages for over a Decade since the Web became popular.

So, earning TRUST is the newest Algo barrier for Google and MSN (yahoo will probably spider this next week)

Since this blog is #62 for the term GOOGLE and Matts' is #142

It would be interesting to see in about a week – how THIS THREAD does for these same terms.

here are more terms...

Search Engines [PersonRank 3]

16 years ago #

This was just already archived by MSN – but not yet by Google....

MSN is really becoming a force

or [PersonRank 10]

16 years ago #

There is really nothing special about that. The SE seems to have different indexing priorities. I use to think Yahoo was the fastest at indexing new pages because sometimes yahoo indexes some pages before Google and MSN, but I've noticed that at other times Yahoo seems to be the slowest. [PersonRank 10]

16 years ago #

It is just interesting to achive and analyze their Algo differences for the same data – created at the same time. It does give some insight

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