As stated on its website, Google’s mission is “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.”
As that may seem like a noble mission, the Google machine is easy to manipulate. For a perfect example, go to Google and type in the phrase “miserable failure.”
The # 1 links to the results page biography of George W. Bush. Whether or not you agree with this statement is for political discussions, and I’m not in that direction.
The point is, the results of that sentence were achieved for a simple reason.
Yes, you will hear much discussion about the king and the linking of content is king. While I agree that from a user perspective, it is not true for SEM purposes.
I agree that the content will make you return, but to get ranked at # 1 point, you need more links than your competitors.
Google’s vision on this is that if you have more links pointing to your site for online competition, the page should be more important than all the other 20 billion web pages, known on the Internet.
There are many factors that go into getting a classifieds site, and it’s sticky, but if you were to build the most favorable site about widgets, adding a new page of content every day (by request of Google, and the fulfillment of its mission egomanaical to determine how to work on the website), and all I did was to slap together a site to a page that highlights some features of the flash, while only going after links, and create content that will get the first place?
The site with more links pointing to it, which would be mine.
This is why Google (and all other search engines) not returning results. True, there are more than machines and human programmers to create secret ranking algorithm have not been able to understand them yet comprehensive program – until they do, you know what you have to do to your site to get ranked.
Links, links and more links.