So what techniques shouldn’t you do?
Well, at a rough estimate Google accounts for 1 out of every 2 searches on the internet. Yahoo is next at 25% with MSN (now Live) accounting for 10%. The remainder of the market is fought out by the thousands of other search engines on the internet. So, it makes good sense to aim your site primarily at ranking higly in Google’s organic listings.
Anyone involved in web circles will no doubt have heard this when talking about search engine optimization. The Google Page Rank is a great indicator of the strength of a page, but it shouldn’t be relied upon as the sole judge of page health. For those that don’t know, Page Rank is defined as the degree of importance or value that Google has for a specific web page. A site assigned a page rank of 0 is generally an unimportant or new page, wheras a page rank of 9 (there is no page ranked 10) is a page of great value or importance. A site that’s well maintained and spidered regularly will gain a better page rank over time, but by applying a few tips and tweaks you can rapidly gain an increase in your page rank.
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