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How is google 'context relevance' calculated?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ranko Jones, Apr 5, 2011.

  1. Ranko Jones

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    I haven't heard anything conclusive on this.

    Someone over at WF said something about it being based just on the particular page relevancy (where your backlink is located) rather than the whole site but I'm not sure how accurate that is.

    Anyone have any other insights?
     
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    No one really knows for sure. Probably the dominant movement in information processing would be the vector space model which is related to latent semantic indexing and analysis.

    Basically a weighted matrix of keyword vectors is created from which we can measure the connective strength of one node to another. Yes, it is generally calculated on a page by page basis but obviously in a matrix situation, the other linked pages on a site are going to influence the vectors that surround one particular node.

    If the WF you're talking about is Warriorforum, don't trust anything those clowns have to say about SEO!
     
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    Lol, yes warrior forum is the one in question. Thought the anti-spam might have 'bleeped' the words.

    Cracks me up how ppl view them here since I viewed them the same but didn't have anyone to relate to when I only went there.

    This is my new home for IM :).

    I think I've learned more in the past week on here than I did in three months on there (though granted I did learn the basics over there).

    On that note I have my scrapebox license waiting for me in my inbox. Time to crack the badboy open and give it a spin! :)
     
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