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Measuring Top Pages Using site:domain.com

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by FutureProofSeo, Nov 11, 2013.

  1. FutureProofSeo

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    Has anyone tested if using "site:domain.com" actually show your most powerful pages in order?

    Or is it just a random selection of the sites pages.

    I have found no correllation between No Links in relation to site:domain.com rankings, as some pages with 0 inbound links, and minimul internal links show up before supposedly "big" pages.

    Any thoughts?
     
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    It will present the data to u based on your website links structure, from the top important to the lowest one usually - it has nothing to do with optimized or ranked pages. If it was, it means Google reveal their ranking algo for each website, which is why it is not ordered by ranking.
     
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    So basically 100% related to internal linking, of what "the webmaster" thinks is there most important page?