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Google f'in changed....

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by whatshisname, Jun 30, 2011.

  1. whatshisname

    whatshisname Junior Member

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    WTF. I got a couple questions...does this affect serps in any way possible i can imagine?

    it looks bad though...just saying...
     
  2. GamingSV

    GamingSV Newbie

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    No, probably just the design.
     
  3. imdabest

    imdabest Newbie

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    No Problem they changed there whole format now it based on quality of website also if you sending computer generated traffic it affects your rank. You lose rank the less time someone is on your site and how long they stay on your website after clicking a link. So anyone running auto blogs expect to lose tons of traffic and revenue.
     
  4. islandcoli

    islandcoli Regular Member

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    Source?
     
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  5. PinkBitz

    PinkBitz Regular Member

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    Agree, back up your claims.

    I am still under the impression that if you don't use the G tools then they can't track things like Bounce rate etc. Can someone correct me?
     
  6. Annah

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    Seems true enough. I am about to test something similar. Google might have gone the wrong way... I mean closing one door will actually open another.
     
  7. MillionDollarAdMan

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    I'd like to see a source on this. It would be another interesting algorithm change if it turns out to be true.

    I'm also interested in knowing if the big G can track your bounce rate without using their tools. (Analytics, etc.)
     
  8. flyingbear

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    if it is true, then it is easy to push other sites down. all you need do is sending fake traffic to them and bouce from it.
     
  9. bakrr

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    please source this.
     
  10. LukaB

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    I'd say not, just the design, what makes you think so? It's too early to say.
     
  11. Ranko Jones

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    I don't understand the OP
     
  12. Hybrid

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    Na I dont think so I think its just the design I havent noticed any SERP changes.
     
  13. littleg2008

    littleg2008 Senior Member

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    then how does alexa track your rank?

    As we dont have any of that installed on our server, and yet it still has alot of details. Not too far to reach that Google can track even without analytics installed
     
  14. friedman

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    Gaygle can track metrics even if you don't have analytics or webmaster.

    Your search gaygle for blue widgets.

    gaygle shows you ten results.

    You click result one. You were at gaygles site, so they know what you clicked.

    Now, after visiting site #1 for blue widgets, you didn't like it, so you hit the back button. Gaygle knows this happened, because their SERPS page reloaded.

    So now they know your bounce rate, etc.

    Alexa tracks metrics through their idiotic toolbar.
     
  15. souljaboy

    souljaboy Newbie

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    Oh gosh hopefully it won't affect any of my work... I am wondering if bots will have to change the code to
     
  16. whatshisname

    whatshisname Junior Member

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    damn it...i want sources for the 3rd's posters claims. -_- but so far, ive seen great SERPS in my sites.
     
  17. ActionTaker

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    They're not stupid. If they changed too much too fast, it'd create a lot of fuzz. They won't do that. Perhaps bounce rate might be a factor in the long run but I doubt it's THAT important right now.
     
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    no4h~ Regular Member

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    Exactly... there was no source behind #3's post, so I'm assuming he's talking out of his ass :3
     
  19. bhlon

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    Wonder wheels gone too :(
     
  20. ajithrocksca

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    Alexa tracks the rank based on the users who use their add on in the browser. One easy way of improving alexa rank is by having the add on and keep refreshing your site.

    Google too can track the way some behaves through their toolbar, and lately to some extent through the cookies they drop.

    However, checking the bounce rate and time spent on a site is difficult to track, and I don't think G is doing it at the moment. There is no official word from G on this issue. However they have made it very clear about the loading time.