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    Quote Originally Posted by DomainMagnate View Post
    what would they replace them with?
    I think that they will eventually go to just Title, H1, H2,H3, meta title, meta description and content. This, as Will said, will give a huge advantage to the big companies.

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    I think Google is quietly increasing the weight of "TrustRank". I think they are manually giving "authority" to a limited number of sites and letting those sites give it to others sites via links.

    It's a hidden shadow of the "PageRank" system. The major difference is the manual component, the hand selection of sites of which Google approves.

    One of my sites got one link from a deep page on a leftist blog and Google referrals immediately doubled. That shows the leftist site has a lot of authority, a lot more than is represented by their PageRank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    I think Google is quietly increasing the weight of "TrustRank". I think they are manually giving "authority" to a limited number of sites and letting those sites give it to others sites via links.

    It's a hidden shadow of the "PageRank" system. The major difference is the manual component, the hand selection of sites of which Google approves.

    One of my sites got one link from a deep page on a leftist blog and Google referrals immediately doubled. That shows the leftist site has a lot of authority, a lot more than is represented by their PageRank.
    Yeah I think you're right Will I have observed some sites drop their ranking with the use of traditional bulk link building method even without authority sites.

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    I believe Google is increasing the "exact match" factor, that is, if you have a domain that matches the searched keyword you'll rank a lot better, specially if you own a .com , .net or .org

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    That is something I am seeing for a keyword I have been targeting for a while. 2 .com's with exact phrase and a number after them or another word are ranked #1-#2 and I once in a while slide from #3 to #2 but only lasts a few hours.

    Those two sites have less PR and lack inbound links but out rank me in the serps because of the domain names I feel.

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    And if you have real exact matches (no numbers, letters or other extras) you'll get a real SERP bonus imho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    I think Google is quietly increasing the weight of "TrustRank". I think they are manually giving "authority" to a limited number of sites and letting those sites give it to others sites via links.

    It's a hidden shadow of the "PageRank" system. The major difference is the manual component, the hand selection of sites of which Google approves.

    One of my sites got one link from a deep page on a leftist blog and Google referrals immediately doubled. That shows the leftist site has a lot of authority, a lot more than is represented by their PageRank.
    I do also believe that there are many, many hidden factors playing a role which are no longer attributed to an algorithm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    I think Google is quietly increasing the weight of "TrustRank". I think they are manually giving "authority" to a limited number of sites and letting those sites give it to others sites via links.
    I thought they always authorize few sites "manually" only.

    One of my sites got one link from a deep page on a leftist blog and Google referrals immediately doubled. That shows the leftist site has a lot of authority, a lot more than is represented by their PageRank.
    Impressive. Would like to look up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by homebizseo View Post
    I think that they will eventually go to just Title, H1, H2,H3, meta title, meta description and content. This, as Will said, will give a huge advantage to the big companies.
    What I predict happening is websites which are passing link juice will decrease in numbers and become more or less manually assigned in a way that there is going to be a core group of website owners who have the power to rank themselves and the power to rank others.
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    I think we should try to think naturally !! rather than thinking the other way !!
    Why are we doing so much of SEO? Why are we hiring SEO professionals (who spams our link here and there) ?
    I just write quality content in my blogs and websites. And that's it.
    And I get traffic naturally - like when others see my blog - from the signature link etc..
    I don't do link spamming. But I do blog commenting - only in sites with articles which interests me.

    So, if you are sure than you are not doing anything illegal, you are safe in the eyes og Gooogle ..the BIG G

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