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Google's Algorithm Revealed

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by piyushg, Jul 31, 2011.

  1. piyushg

    piyushg Junior Member

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    Hey guys,
    Well i read this post somewhere so i thought of sharing it with you.. :)
    Hope its useful to you guys



    Google?s Algorithm Revealed

    Google?s Score = (Kw Usage Score * 0.3) + (Domain * 0.25) + (PR Score * 0.25) + (Inbound Link Score * 0.25) + (User Data * 0.1) + (Content Quality Score * 0.1) + (Manual Boosts) ? (Automated & Manual Penalties)

    Search Engine Optimisation Key Word Usage Factors

    * Keyword in title tags
    * Rich Header tags
    * Documents rich with relevant text information
    * Keyword in alt tag
    * Key words in internal links pointing to the page
    * Key words in the domain and/or URL
    * The order key words appear

    Domain Strength / Speed

    * Domain Strength
    * Domain Speed
    * Local/specific domain name
    * Quality Hosting

    Registration history

    * When the Domain was registered
    * Strength of the links pointing to the domain
    * The topical neighborhood of domain based on the in bound and out bound links
    * Historical use and links pattern to domain
    * Inbound links and referrals from social media
    * Inbound Link Score

    Age & Quality of links

    * Quality of the domains sending links (non paid)
    * Links from Authority Websites
    * Quality of pages sending links and relevance
    * Anchor text of links
    * Link quantity/weight metric (Page Rank or a variation)
    * Subject matter of linking pages/sites
    * User Data

    Historical CTR to page in SERPs

    * Time users spend on a page
    * Search requests for URL/domain
    * Historical visits/use of URL/domain by users

    Content Quality Score


    * Duplicate content filter
    * Order of key words in content
    * Content update frequency
    * Highlighted and visibility of keywords
    * Usability and W3C rules
     
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  2. imserious

    imserious Senior Member

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    The equation above does not add upto 1.

    The inbound links will have a much higher weight than the rest of the factors, can not be equal to PR score.
     
  3. SEO20

    SEO20 Elite Member

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    It's not that simple mister.
     
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    koolbrian Registered Member

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    However, it reveals some great points to be noted while developing a site. thanks a lot
     
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    Millions of the same post are on the NET mate.
     
  6. piranh

    piranh Newbie

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    Is it so? :)
     
  7. piyushg

    piyushg Junior Member

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    Well i dont know, Any reason why inbound links must have higher weight then rest ?
    thanks

    Well this dosen't seem simple to me.. ;)

    Welcome :)

    lol.. Well looks like i read one of them and thought of sharing here :)

    I think so..
     
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    aandcmedia Junior Member

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    Google's algorithm is more than just a simple equation, if its remotely like that than each part of that equation is so much more. They may be some of the underlying factors but not all and not at those ratios and that simplicity.
     
  9. Fathom

    Fathom Power Member

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    Where did you get that from? Looks like an attempt to make the content go viral.
     
  10. nethead01

    nethead01 Regular Member

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    i read this 3 years ago..
     
  11. midnight_focus

    midnight_focus Power Member

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    google Algo contains more than 200 factors

    I wish it was that simple we wouldn't be doing blackhat lol
     
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    ahiddenman Elite Member

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    Thats bull poop.

    No one will know the same Algorithim accept Google and its employee's

    *Cought* Matt cunts *Cough*
     
  13. fcb3323

    fcb3323 Registered Member

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    The formula seems to be a dumb attempt by someone to try to guess the formula and make it viral, like someone else said above.

    But the list of factors is a good one.
     
  14. biznets2

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    supposition

    Definition: 1. something that is accepted or assumed to be true without proof; 2. the act of assuming or supposing something
    Synonyms: assumption, presumption, theory, hypothesis, guess, conjecture, belief
    Antonyms: certainty
    Tips: The noun supposition is related the verb suppose. When you suppose (guess, assume) something, you are forming a supposition. Use supposition to refer to something that you suppose will happen or is true, but is not proven; e.g. "I invested in the company on the supposition (assumptions, supposed belief) that they have a great product that will earn significant revenue."
    Usage Examples:
    His statements to the press were based completely on supposition. (conjecture, assumption)
    His supposition that I was married seemed odd, since I don't wear a ring on my finger. (assumption, belief)
    You can't make that supposition without having all the facts. (assumption, guess)
    Your supposition is completely false, and you don't have any evidence to prove otherwise. (theory, conjecture)

    This applies to :_

    'Google thinks...'
    'Google reckons...'
    etc, etc
     
  15. noober

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    Thanks for the list.

    There is a lot of good information presented here to use as a general guide. I doubt if many nubies are even aware of the fact there is at least a basic seo method to the madness of the Google algorythm.

    The Google algorythm is at best, a structural functionalism. However, a recurrent criticism of the structural functionalist view is that functions seem to determine structures, with the consequence that it becomes impossible to derive structure from function in a coherent manner.

    WTF???

    The Google angorythm is based on jello!

    noob
     
  16. imontie

    imontie Junior Member

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    wat? i heard it was y=mx+b,,,, wat??