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SEOfight.com - see who wins.

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by bashnya, Oct 29, 2010.

  1. bashnya

    bashnya Newbie

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    Cool site, shows you the results and why one site won over the other.
     
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  2. Disposable

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    Fun to play with, but not particularly insightful.
     
  3. bashnya

    bashnya Newbie

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    what would you recommend for making it more insightful as a quick overview?
     
  4. Brockster

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    I don't get it. It shows a site with a better alexa rank, more than double backlinks, almost double indexed pages, same pagerank, losing to another site because it has a dmoz listing, 3 more delicious links and is 8yrs old instead of 7...
     
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    makes perfect sense to me

    8 year old domains and older is when you start being able to rank easily / easier for alot of highly competitive keywords
     
  6. Brockster

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    domain age makes that big a difference? Would be good if the site gave that info, seemed like the other site should have easily beat it. Also, the site is not based on keywords, so kinda hard to tell what it's easily ranking for when there is no info given.
     
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    yeah i see your point, i know dmoz used to be a big plus, but i am not convinced anymore that it is as useful as once was. Interesting results anyway
     
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    Edited, im blind..
     
  9. bashnya

    bashnya Newbie

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    i am sorting it by this algorithm:

    alexarank (15%)
    backlinksGoogle (25%)
    indexedPages (15%)
    dmoz (15%)
    pagerank (15%)
    delicious (5%)
    age (10%)

    It is further divided between two domains X/(X+Y)*% i Y/(X+Y)*%
     
  10. seoswamy

    seoswamy Newbie

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    lol .........the button called fight is very special thats it
     
  11. Tariq Ghazi

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    thanks for the site!
     
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    well the results change after the second try, i didn't get google(US) index count right as well.

    And facebook beats google. I don't think thats right.
     
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    Damn, WF won the fight against BHW:(

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  14. bashnya

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    In terms of popularity and mentions for facebook, in addition to all of the indexed profiles... Facebook beats Google in several categories, main ones are:
    Indexed pages (site:domain.com)
    Facebook 1,230,000,000 Google 806,000,000
    Backlinks ("domain.com")
    Facebook 2,090,000,000 Google 334,000,000

    I think it's correct. What do you think?