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Kimspitstop.dk [PersonRank 7]

Tuesday, June 1, 2004
18 years ago

Hi Philipp Lenssen
I believe the bot have been around (31/5)
(Nigritude Ultimarine jumped PR #2) but wonder if it's
the beginning of google-dance (deep-bot)
I have a few new backlink i want tested!

Issue:
If one fall back from 5/10 to 4/10 PR
How much does it take to gain back the rank
ex: 5/10 backlink or new content
PS: Sometime the algoritm can be a hard nut to handle,
and I still wonder "what was the influence" to pitfall?
Theory:
Since Google started index Flash & CMS content the balance could have tipped the iceberg.
The competision has been even harder?
Regard's
Kim Anton Hollenner
Kimspitstop.dk

Philipp Lenssen [PersonRank 10]

18 years ago #

I believe it is much easier building content and backlinks than worrying about minor PageRank shifts – after all, what can you do about it? I've also seen PRs drop (from 5 to 4) on some sites, only to see them back after a month or so.

Yes, Google indexing Flash content can influence the balance. What do you mean about CMS though? Do you mean content management systems like a Wiki? In the end, isn't a Wiki just a normal web page to the Googlebot (if done right, that is)?

The Nigritude Ultramarine listings have updated and changed almost on a daily basis. It's truly amazing how fast Google has become.

Kimspitstop.dk [PersonRank 7]

18 years ago #

Phillipp

Minor indeed :O)

But to my knowledge If you have the 5/10 PR the bot will
come around your corner more often (and that's crusial)

Yes I did meen content management systems,
(dynamic link's) & here you have a lot of hidden material.

Still I'm also overwelmed/amazed by the BigG's
Usability, speed, innovation so fare, a never ending
story. No wonder we are "WIRED"

Regard's
PS: Google like my "content" and give me a fair peace of the pie!

Philipp Lenssen [PersonRank 10]

18 years ago #

Yes, I believe the higher the PR and the more often you update your page, the more frequent Googlebot will visit you.

A good content management system should always make sure to rely on basic HTML, including basic links, so that all of its content will be spidered. Additionally one may make use of meaningful titles, meta-tags, keywords-in-URLs, and so on. I did so with:

http://www.onpage2.com

... which you can edit after you register.

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