Google Rank : Who cares?
Well ranking on google is very important in a business or if you just want to get traffic.
Let’s do the numbers:
- Google answers ONE billion question DAILY to people from all over the planet, 181 + countries and 146 languages. Every time you use the search engine 15% are brand new searches never seen by us the day before. This is all thanks to technology advances because we make computing programs called “Algorithms” [ complicated math puzzles] that can handle the all the billions of searches a day. Imagine doing that by hand?
- 181 countries
- 146 languages
- ONE BILLION results a day
But who cares about Google Rank right?
Google Rank : The Traffic king
The way that google rank algorithm works is very top secret information at the google headquarters and trust me if it were to leak, imagine you can be #1 for millions or searches on command? We talking Millions of dollars but let me stop dreaming and continue. Here’s what the Google Rank Algorithm kinda looks in a picture.
- More relevant , Higher Quality
- How often the query terms occur in the document
- Where the query terms occur, e.g., title, URL etc.
- Document Quality signals like PageRank
- less relevant, lower quality.
So QUALITY and being relevant is = to higher rank. That’s a good rule of thumb to follow because obviously the exact algorithm isn’t known. Google also protects it’s google rank system with constant updates to make it almost impossible to get the right exact formula.
Google Rank : Wake Up Now TGGworld Blog training
Here’s an example of me on this very website using our blog system that is very close to following the current google rank algorithm key points to put in a blog or article video website what ever you want to get a high google rank placement.
For every search query performed on Google, whether it’s [hotels in Tulsa] or [New York Yankees scores], there are thousands, if not millions of web pages with helpful information. Our challenge in search is to return only the most relevant results at the top of the page, sparing people from combing through the less relevant results below. Not every website can come out at the top of the page, or even appear on the first page of our search results.
Today our algorithms rely on more than 200 unique signals, some of which you’d expect, like how often the search terms occur on the webpage, if they appear in the title or whether synonyms of the search terms occur on the page. Google has invented many innovations in search to improve the answers you find. The first and most well known is PageRank, named for Larry Page (Google’s co-founder and CEO). PageRank works by counting the number and quality of links to a page to determine a rough estimate of how important the website is. The underlying assumption is that more important websites are likely to receive more links from other websites.
-Source : google : Google Rank [link below]
Like I stated earlier, There’s big money in your Google Rank placement.