Tag Archives: pagerank

Do we follow? A look at the notorious nofollow attribute

May 24, 2008

This is a post I wanted to do a while ago, but I didn’t find the time. It’s about the infamous nofollow attribute. As most of you know, I’m not particularly a fan of the nofollow tag. In this post I’m going to talk about why it is used and, I say this part sadly,...

Link Mass: How to determine how much effort it takes to rank for any particular keyword phrase

March 12, 2008

Based on the emails and response I received for my contribution to the “Link Building Secrets” project, I know that I am not the only one that loves to use metrics to measure how close I am to my goals. Thanks to everyone for your emails and encouraging comments. In this post I want to...

PageRank: Caught in the paid-link crossfire

October 29, 2007

Last week the blogosphere was abuzz when Google decided to ‘update’ the PageRank numbers they display on the toolbar. It seems Google has made real on its threat to demote sites engaged in buying and selling links for search rankings. The problem is that they caught some innocent ones in the crossfire. A couple of...

Popularity Contest: How to reveal your invisible PageRank

July 10, 2007

Let's face it. We all like to check the Google PageRank bar to see how important websites, especially ours, are for Google. This tells us how cool and popular our site is. For those of us who are popularity-obsessed, the sad part is that the other search engines do not provide a similar feature, and...

Google's Architectural Overview (Ilustrated) — Google's inner workings part 2

June 22, 2007

For this installment of my Google's inner workings series, I decided to revisit my previous explanation. However, this time I am including some nice illustrations so that both technical and non-technical readers can benefit from the information. At the end of the post, I will provide some practical tips to help you improve your site...

Google's architectural overview — an introduction to Google's inner workings

June 13, 2007

Google keeps tweaking its search engine, and now it is more important than ever to better understand its inner workings. Google lured Mr. Manber from Amazon last year. When he arrived and began to look inside the company’s black boxes, he says, that he was surprised that Google’s methods were so far ahead of those...

The harder to get the link, the more valuable it is

May 27, 2007

Links that are too easy or relatively easy to get do not help much in getting traffic or authority for search engine rankings. If your link is placed on a page where there are several hundred links competing for attention, it is less likely that potential visitors will click than if the page only has...

Try our SEO automation tool for free!

RankSense automatically creates search snippets using advanced natural language generation. Get your free trial today.

OUR BLOG

Latest news and tactics

What do you do when you’re losing organic traffic and you don’t know why?

Making it easier to implement SEO changes on your website

Changes to the RankSense SEO rules interface

As we continue to improve the RankSense app for Cloudflare, we are always working to make the app more intuitive and easy to use. I'm pleased to share that we have made significant changes to our SEO rules interface in the settings tab of our app. It is now easier to publish multiple rules sheets and to see which changes have not yet been published to production.

READ POST

How to Find Content Gaps at Scale: Atrapalo vs Skyscanner

For the following Ranksense Webinar, we were joined by Antoine Eripret, who works at Liligo as an SEO lead. Liligo.com is a travel search engine which instantly searches all available flight, bus and train prices on an exhaustive number of travel sites such as online travel agencies, major and low-cost airlines and tour-operators. In this...

READ POST

How to Build a Simple HTTP Code Checker in Python with Streamlit

In this RankSense Webinar, we were joined by Charly Wargnier who is a member of the Streamlit Creators Program. Streamlit is a Python open-source library used to make data apps quickly. Charly takes us on his Python journey from starting out in digital marketing with image editing software like Photoshop all the way to working...

READ POST

Exciting News!
seoClarity acquires RankSense

X