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SEARCH ENGINE TRICKS

10 Facts About Search Engines
By: Susan Carroll
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    2006-09-20

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    Because of this explosion in the number of pages available for generic keyword searches,

    Fact Number 7: Search engine users are now adding more descriptive terms in their searches.

    Another fact that most people don't realize about search engines is that:

    Fact Number 8: Search engines don't rank or list web sites, they rank and list web pages. That means every page of your site has the potential to be listed if you set it up properly.

    Since we're getting into the realm of less known search engine facts, let's talk about how

    Fact Number 9: Search engines use their own traffic tracking information to help determine which sites to list. If they see that they have a top site that continually gets visited for a brief amount of time and the searchers usually come back and continue looking, the search engine may determine the site is of little value and either move it down on the list or remove it.

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