Archives Tag: Google PageRank
This is a well-written essay and explanation of how PageRank works.Full Story
Google has an amazing network of products. Products including AdWords, AdSense, Analytics, Webmaster Central, Google Maps, Google Images, Google Finance, and dozens of other products. Google has over 9,000 employees working on new developments and new products everyday. These products help make life better for everyone, but some products stand out as an essential for webmasters. Some of the webmaster products [tools] include the Webmaster Central portal, Analytics, AdSense, and AdWords.
There are APIs already for AdSense and Google Maps, but there are a few APIs which Google is missing. Many products that are created by other companies rely heavily on these APIs that are already in place because Google provides such a unique service to everyone. Okay, so what’s the point of this article? There are a couple APIs that Google is missing.
As much as I love searching with Google and finding great sites, that’s not always the case. It may be the case that I find a site through Google, but in the end I find the site I was actually looking for within the external or internal links of that site. I use the Google toolbar for Firefox among other toolbars, but I use this one frequently.Full Story
Today, Google’s team has released another update to the public PageRank for sites across the Internet. I have seen quite a few of my sites stay the same, but this site did jump to a PR5 which I’m happy about.Full Story
Google, fresh from its $90 million settlement, is being sued for click fraud in another class action lawsuit, this one filed in Pennsylvania federal district court, Google Watch has learned. The proposed class action — the third this year — was filed on behalf of several hundred Pennsylvania and New Jersey residents, and accuses Google of exposing publishers to click fraud following a breach of contract, negligence, unjust enrichment andFull Story
Google Webmaster Tools (formerly Sitemaps) is now offering an additional tool which will tell Google what your preferred domain name is. Some people will link to domain.com and some people will link to www.domain.com. Some people prefer to send you to one or the other and there is an easy way to do this via a 301 redirect. I do it on most of my sites so that way PageRank is not lost anywhere. Now you can easily tell Google what you actually do prefer. Take a look at the help center for more details.Full Story
PageRank Explained PageRank relies on the uniquely democratic nature of the web by using its vast link structure as an indicator of an individual page’s value. In essence, Google interprets a link from page A to page B as a vote, by page A, for page B. But, Google looks at more than the sheer volume of votes, or links a page receives; it also analyzes the page that castsFull Story
As many know, KinderStart.com sued Google quite a while back over having their website PageRank set to “zero”. This drop in traffic caused the company to lose a lot of money, therefore wanting to sue Google to gain that traffic back. As many also know, PageRank is given to most sites, not all. It takes a very bad site to not be indexed by Google orFull Story