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Possible G00gle Ranking Idea...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Cindy, Oct 6, 2010.

  1. Cindy

    Cindy Power Member

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    Everyone knows that when people search via g00gle and click on a link, g00gle tracks how long someone's on your site, what they click to leave your site (or go to another page in your site), etc.

    What I'm wondering is if I were to send a lot of people directly to my site (not through a g00gle search), would the g00gle cookies those people previously have in their browser be telling g00gle that lots of people are visiting my site? And is this shown to improve rankings?

    Also, someone posted a program somewhere on BHW that scraped tons of proxies and then has each one of them hit your page on alexa (the page on alexa that shows your site's stats) in order to inflate your alexa rankings.

    I'm wondering the same thing if I were to send a lot of people directly to alexa, if alexa ranking are still a big factor in g00gle ranking, or just a small factor in g00gle ranking?

    Sorry if these have been asked before (I searched BHW and couldn't really find anything that answered this).

    Thank you!
     
  2. Crixus

    Crixus Regular Member

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    In that situation, Google tracks via toolbar, not cookie.

    I highly doubt G uses alexa data in the algo.
     
  3. bobbylove321

    bobbylove321 BANNED BANNED

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    If you have a lot of people around the same time typing your keywords and getting to your site, then those keywords will appear on Google Trends, and can bring you a lot of traffic if your site is at the top of the first page for those keywords.
     
  4. Cindy

    Cindy Power Member

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    Thanks, yeah that makes sense, so do you think it will help with ranking if g00gle's toolbar seeing so many people are visiting my site?

    Not sure what you're saying, if I use the ideas I listed above and at the same time someone happens to type those keywords into g00gle while my site's at the top of the SERPs , then it will go into g00gle trends?

    Thank you!
     
  5. Crixus

    Crixus Regular Member

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    As long as time on site and bounce rate are favorable, yes.
     
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  6. carthom

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    How much of a factor is bounce rate?
     
  7. Cindy

    Cindy Power Member

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    I was wondering that as well, as if a page goes from 0 to a few hundred hits a day, it would seem that even if they leave quickly at first, that page would still look better then all the other competing pages with less traffic per day.
     
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    ghengis_khan Regular Member

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    how about directing traffic to about 5 different sites that automatically redirect the visitor to a google search term URL.
     
  9. Spaceman

    Spaceman Regular Member

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    I think you only need to load the page you want a boost for into a unique browser with its own unique google toobar.

    This is easy - the problem is getting people to click on a link on the page you want to boost for. I read that google likes it when people actually roam around a site.... rather than just on and off a site.
     
  10. bobbylove321

    bobbylove321 BANNED BANNED

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    If a lot of people are constantly visiting your website, then you might rank better for your keywords in Google based on the cookies placed on your visitors computers.

    Google wants to give users the most "relevant" information, and so if someone keeps visiting the same websites, then that website will rank better in Google for that visitor for your specific keywords.

    I've tested this out before and that's how it works by placing a little "Favorite" cookie on your visitors sites.

    However, if they clear their cookies, then everything is back to normal.

    You can even test this out for yourself, when you type in your keywords in Google sometimes you see your websites ranking first because of their little "Favorite" cookie, but if you clear browser cookies or use another browser you might find that your site isn't even on the first page for your keywords.
     
  11. Cindy

    Cindy Power Member

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    Yeah I was thinking of that as well, if you mean directing them to a search for "keyword" site:yoursite.com

    Otherwise it would just be directing them to a search for "keyword" that you don't rank for.

    Your talking about if google drops a cookie because the person had already visited my site right? Then if they happen to search that term it might come up, but not after they clear their cookies. Is that what you mean?

    I'm wondering if general traffic to a page everyday will help rank the page in the actual SERPs.
     
  12. Spaceman

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    Very Very True - you would be surprised at how many nooobs think they have hit the big time because they see their site at number 1. They dont realise its because theyve been clicking it from number 86
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  13. Cindy

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    What are you using with IMacros for proxies?
     
  14. promosirupiah

    promosirupiah Junior Member

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    This is a little trick to make imacros work as proxy switcher
    http://www.thepemberton.com/posts/archives/23

    Put it simple, you can tweak all your firefox setting by insert "about:config" on your navigation toolbar, so using imacros we can change our setting with a little trick.
     
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