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Google "Words That Don't Count in a Search"

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by TomasBlackhat, Apr 2, 2010.

  1. TomasBlackhat

    TomasBlackhat Junior Member

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  2. Talsin

    Talsin Regular Member

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    I don't think it's quite as simple as that personally. Google have stated that their algorithim works by mathamatically analyzing language and then learning how to read information based off that math structure.

    In this specific case How To Walk The Dog is actually the same (meaning wise) as HowWalkDog, and most people will tell you as a general rule of thumb dont worry about 2 or 3 letter words, but that is not always the case. I'm not going to give you an example because I can only think of one off the top of my head and Im using it so ;)

    Assuming you want a long term business, and assuming Google reach their goal of having a search engine that can understand the meaning of the language it crawls then you should try and consider whether or not the sentance makes sense without the small words in it, if it doesn't then they still need to be there.
     
  3. TomasBlackhat

    TomasBlackhat Junior Member

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    No, this isn't longterm. I just need a list of words that Google doesn't care about: eg: I'd assume "and, the, a" are 3 they don't care about.