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Blog Readers Click And Google Indexes The Page - Tips

Thu, 8 Jul 2010 00:41:48

Blog Readers Click and Google Indexes The Page Google.com wants pages that are popular with readers to have higher rank. There is more than one type of indexing if the site, the slow bot traveling through the whole site and some type of almost instant indexing that occurs when a person opens a link within the site. Example: The Tapioca Link was a new link as of June 2007.
https://www.hobotraveler.com/2007/06/tapioca.html The First Level link to the main blog and a very indexed and bookmarked link is about five years old.
https://www.hobotraveler.com/blogger.html The Tapioca link was in this page, however will slowly drop as only the top 7 days of post remain in this page. However, google.com somehow appears to earmark the .com/blogger.html page and continually index this page. Then continually indexes the links from this page. Sites like CNN or News Site need this feature for their site to function well. Note, this type of link, made into only a word is better: Tapioca than this https://www.hobotraveler.com/2007/06/tapioca.html When a person click on this link from a GOOGLE indexed page, the name of the link defines the page I do not make this type of link often as these normal full link with almost always work, while the title type links breaks. However, the HTML email are working so well that there I should stop sending full links, however it takes a long time to make every link intoa title. All this opinions of mine and google.com does not tell people how they index pages. Andy in Lome, Togo July 2007 Blog Readers Click and Google Indexes The Page

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