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User experience - how google knows it?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kamgae, Jul 31, 2017.

  1. kamgae

    kamgae Registered Member

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    Everybody is saying that user experience is very important in terms of ranking sites... If I have a site, which is not submitted to GWT and I promote affiliate products - it means a client is redirected to another site which is selling goods then how google knows what is my bounce rate and whether clients like the content I have on the site or not?
     
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    Because they track clicks on links from search and where you go, and if you come back, and also through adsense.
     
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    The user's liked your contents, they will spend more times to your site (No bounce rate) as your user engaged design, contents, offers and your Goods Quality based, if they are not liked anything will close it suddenly (1-10 secs) to increase your bounce ratio. Google tracking the every users history and their bounce rate of website results :)
     
  4. kamgae

    kamgae Registered Member

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    but if a visitor is redirected to another website where he buys a product they can't track anything?
     
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    They can track everything, even when you think they are not tracking they are.
     
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    They know, regardless of if a visitor was redirected or not.
     
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    Google has their tentacles everywhere. So many websites use google analytics, google adsense, google search, google maps, google plus, google chrome, google play and google mail that it's pretty easy for them to follow a visitor from one website to another and know everything about them.

    Visitors leapfrog from unrelated websites but google has receptors everywhere tracking every click, location and ecommerce checkout event.

    Don't believe me? Ask @bartosimpsonio
     
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    Keljmenc Newbie

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    He is currently surrounded by Google agents and desperately fighting for his life, last word heard from Barto was smthing like duck... duck... goooo...
     
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    It's easy for google to determine if users experience is good or not into your site. If your content is liked and shared by your visitors than that means that visitors spends more time on your site and the bounce is low, if they share your content with others means that they create social signals. I think those two examples are enough for google to can determine what kind of experience the user have on your site. Other examples can be the speed of your site, the design of your site.
     
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    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    No need to ask me. Just ask the link networks who used Gmail for sales.

    I got saved by @Ste Fishkin and @Sherbert Hoover both of whom were in the Google headquarters at the time kneeling before a picture of Matt Cutts in a dark room, don't know what they were doing there exactly but I sure was happy to see them. They saw me in the interrogation room and said just release him he's harmless. The corporate drones gave them a military salute and obeyed immediately.

    Big NSA logo on the wall and a dartboard with Snowden's face on it. Strange place, don't wanna go there again. I told the interrogators I love Google and I shall OBEY and produce clean content for their ads business. Yes I will install AMP pages and surrender all my income to mother Google. I pledged allegiance to Gmail and was released with an Android phone they said I must carry 24x7 so they know where I am.
     
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    Ste Fishkin BANNED BANNED

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    What company owns the most popular web browser in the world right now or the most popular mobile platform...

    You don't need to install GA for them to get data.
     
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    this is happening more and more google is getting smarter at seeing backclicks, etc they are also starting to look at banners vs content and popups is their next big one ... lots of people think that not having analytics tagged to your site stops this data they are wrong having that tag only brings up that data to a point you can reference it from and see it - the tag is for your interface with analytics ... google is already collecting that data whether you opt in or not. They actually got sued on that one and had to do a disclosure ... they have also had to do a full notification on the data chrome is collecting.

    Think of your analytics tag on your website as a translator, all of that data is moving around in coded form for bots and algos to analyze and the tag and analytics interface is translating to something you can understand.