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MARCH 16, 2011 [2006, Bounce Rate] Your Site’s Traffic Has Plummeted Since Google’s Farmer/Panda Update. Now What?
The reporting package we provide at Nine By Blue not only tracks this data historically, but also tracks queries by category and calculates high rates of change in impressions, clicks, and position by those categories, which makes parsing the information a lot easier than tracking by individual query. Below are queries with significant declines in click-through rate for the car dealer category. But it hasn’t been updated since 2006, so the information could be out of date.
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DECEMBER 21, 2009 [2006, Bounce Rate] Let’s Try to Find All 200 Parameters in Google Algorithm
The value of identifying the 10 most important parameters is therefore generally much more valuable than identifying the 200 most important ones (if that means you don’t know the 10 most important ones… ) Reply Nbriani says: 12/21/2009 at 4:39 am Great Ann, something more: when Google (and Jeffrey Dean) presented “Big Table (the storage system of Google’s datas) in 2006, was explicit that all the parameters of the crawl are divided in 16 family groups.
WWW.HUOMAH.COM [2006, Bounce Rate] Big list of search engine ranking factors - Search and Internet Marketing rants, news and views - the Fire Horse Trail
| WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 2009
There is also concepts relating to link velocity and links in general can be analyzed through the hour glass of temporal factors Document inception/age data Link velocity Link age Viral/Current news (QDF) Time of year (niche trends) Content update rate
Thoughts; never discount the value of these. Copyright (C) 2007 Alain Georgette / Copyright (C) 2006
Frantisek Hliva. MORE >>
WWW.KAUSHIK.NET [2006, Bounce Rate] Excellent Analytics Tip #10: How Thick is Your Head and How Long is Your Tail? | Occam's Razor by Avinash Kaushik
| WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 2009
According to the WOMMA Wombat2 2006
study roughly 88% of internet users “locate websites” using search engines. It can be more powerful if you apply it to conversion rate
/ purchase, but then it gets into some really complicated stuff about who do you give “credit to. Instad, what I meant is, someone can have a big broad term like “conversion rate
in their PPC. Summary: Conversion Rate
= Orders / Unique Visitors. MORE >>