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ook at the meta tags but text segments in the pages itself
Posted by: angela12 2002-03-01 14:47:46
Does anybody know the rules by which the search engines rank web pages? For example, Google doesn't look at the meta tags but text segments in the pages itself. Whilst yahoo and Excite use keyword frequency and link popularity, for example.
Could anybody provide me with any insight into what the top 15 global search engines looks for in a web site to rank or position them?
I want to create rich keyword pages that will look good for the top 15 search engines.
You are a life saver if you can help.

Search engine downside
Posted by: tvjames 2002-03-15 18:16:29 In reply to: angela12
What I hate is getting irrelevant or outdated links, or links that no longer exist altogether.
I think that every time someone does a search, the results they click on should be thrown back into the queue to make sure they're up-to-date. (Or, throw the entire top 10 returned results back into the queue.)
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