|Weekly SEO news: 25 July 2006|
to the latest issue of the Search
Engine Facts newsletter.
This week, we're taking a look at a new study that reveals how to get high rankings on Google, Yahoo and MSN.
In the news: new search engine statistics, most web surfers don't use one word keywords, further information about click fraud on Google and more.
Table of contents:
|1. New study: How to get high rankings on Google, Yahoo and MSN|
The search marketing company Fortune Interactive conducted a study in which they wanted to find out what factors influence web site rankings on the three major search engines.
How do Google, Yahoo and MSN rank web pages according to the study?
Inbound link quality is the most important factor
Do the study results apply to your web site?
The study confirms that your web site must have good inbound links and optimized web page content if you want to get high rankings on Google, Yahoo and MSN. Fortunately, our search engine optimization tool IBP can help you with both aspects.
|2. Search engine news of the week|
Search engine newslets
|3. Articles of the week|
"Google Maps still does not offer some of the pedestrian conveniences of Yahoo Maps and MapQuest from AOL. For example, it does not remember addresses, so users need to tell it where they live every time they want driving directions."
|4. Recommended resources|
"I have obtained 10 top ten positions on 2 of the major search engines within 3 months"
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