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  • SEOHere you will find good examples of what Google collects in order to assess whether a web site has the quality to appear higher in search results.
  • Googlebots use multiple sources and techniques to gather information on our Web sites. For example: 1. Crawling a page2. Considering what the people are searching for 3. The free Google toolbar, Android browser & Chrome
  • Through crawling of a web page andcontent analysis , Googlebot collects and analyses the following information:
  • Layout of the page: What is the quality of the web design of aparticular page compared with that of the pages that are considered positive/negative by Google evaluators.*
  • Content/Advertising: What is the ratio of content to advertising? Relevance: To what extend is the contentof the webpage related to the search termand what the man who seeks really meant?
  • Through analysis of the behavior of web visitors who have arrived at aparticular site from search results, Google considers:
  • Repeat visits: With what frequency seekersreturn to your results or click on another page after they visit your site?Hits: What percentage of people who click on your page link then click on other search results? Social signals: Do users mark your page as a spam, or they rather give it a (+1)?
  • Through the data that is gatheredfrom Google toolbar, Android andChrome, search engines consider:
  • Time spent online: How long time the average visitor spent on your webpageNumber of visited pages: Do visitors look at other pages after they arrive on your site? Comparison: How does the data on visitor behavior relates to the data that is provided by the evaluators*?
  • Evaluators* Google users, evaluating the Webaccording to pre-set criteria. Google engineers put these assessments into the search engine algorithm. This approach was introduced by Google Panda algorithm, through whichGoogle emphasized the quality of web content.
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