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Pilgrims, Google, and Page Rank

February 5th, 2009 by admin

As many of you know I do online marketing on the side. Because of that I understand a tiny bit about the way Google works. This blog has only been around for six months and it already has a Page Rank of 3 out of ten. Now, while that doesn’t always affect where me might appear in an organic search (like when you type in “pilgrim” into the Google search bar, we don’t appear anywhere on the first 5 pages), it IS pretty good for a brand new blog.

And it’s all because all of you. Google loves fresh content and you all keep providing it. In the coming season I’m going to hit a number of you up to do some posting for the benefit of our readers. And those of you lurking behind your keyboards…if you’ve commented, thank you and keep it up. If you haven’t, come out from behind the weeds and give us a shout.

Buddy

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4 Responses to “Pilgrims, Google, and Page Rank”

  1. Carla says:

    comment: I LOVE YOUR BLOG!!! If I was closer, I would visit. Keep up the good work.

  2. lev olson says:

    i really appreciate you telling about this blog.. i like it. these are the conversations that i would like to have… keep the access to information going here…
    thanks again
    lev

  3. admin says:

    Welcome Lev,
    Glad you could make it. Come in, sit down and take your shoes off. But you’ll have to pay up by commenting more.
    ;)

    Buddy

  4. lev olson says:

    oh you know i have no shortage of opinions about this stuff, i’ll just have to get rolling

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