[extropy-chat] how does google find out everything?
michaelanissimov at gmail.com
Sat Aug 19 03:32:55 UTC 2006
On 8/18/06, Robert Bradbury <robert.bradbury at gmail.com> wrote:
> But given the fact that page rankings are based in large part on links to
> ones pages is there much point to submitting non-spider linked pages unless
> you have some additional strategy for making ones page "popular" (e.g.
> submitting links to it in blogs, mailing lists, etc.)?
99% of SEO (search engine optimization) strategies are useless unless
you are a random porn site or some other site with thousands of
competitors with the same content. Otherwise, word of mouth, original
content, or offering a service that people actually need are all king.
> Also, has anyone ever run into the problem that you can't get to *all* of
> the pages the search engines claim are relevant? I think at one point I
> tried to get the page that included results 9,090 to 9,099 of some million
> result search (this is an example) and the search engine wouldn't cough it
> up. (Or is it something weird like you have to go through the preceding 900
> pages of results in order for it to cough of the 901st page?)
I've had this same problem. My guess is just that, for whatever
reason, Google forbids it.
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