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Google Patent: Ranking Documents? Anything to Worry About?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by newyorkcity, Aug 30, 2012.

  1. newyorkcity

    newyorkcity Registered Member

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    I came across this earlier seosandwitch.com/2012/08/new-google-patent-named-ranking.html (can't post links yet)

    Does anyone know anything about this?
     
  2. mrsix

    mrsix Power Member

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    jox51 Regular Member Premium Member

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    Another tactic to screw with everyone is what it boils down to
     
  4. jsant07

    jsant07 Newbie

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    How annoying, but like always we'll adapt and overcome


    Irrelevant but its sandwich, not sandwitch.:rolleyes:
     
  5. ryannull

    ryannull Senior Member

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    meh, wouldn't worry.

    It sounds exactly like the Google dance.
     
  6. WrightWilliams

    WrightWilliams Power Member

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    Great link man! I think that if this proves true it could have some MAJOR impact and be a big game changer.
     
  7. Poloy

    Poloy Registered Member

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    Woah! Big G(Planet), Human(Website) are subject to today's global warming thus subjects us climate change, just like what they are doing now with their algorithm.
     
  8. Lazlo1967

    Lazlo1967 Junior Member

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    This patent was filed in 2005! The patent office is massively backed up so it takes years to get these through. I suspect that Google already does something like this with new sites. They tend to rank well at first, then disappear entirely for a bit, then they come back and settle down.