|Weekly SEO news: 1 September 2009|
to the latest issue of the Search Engine Facts newsletter.
This week, we're taking a look at the effect of human reviewers on Google's ranking algorithm. Google employs several thousand people who manually review the search results.
Tip: IBP 11.6 beta 3 version is available. The new beta version has a much faster keyword tool and it offers many improvements.
In the news: Search activity is rising, reciprocal links do work, Google's Eric Schmidt talks about Google, a report on customer satisfaction and more.
Table of contents:
We hope that you enjoy this newsletter and that it helps you to get more out of your website. Please pass this newsletter on to your friends.
|1. Google's human reviewers: real people judge about your Google rankings|
Most people think that Google purely ranks websites by using mathematical formulas. Google even has an official statement about the way that search results are calculated:
Not everything is done by software robots at Google
Google's algorithm is constantly changing
You have to keep an eye on your website rankings
If you want to get lasting rankings on Google, you have to keep an eye on Google's changing algorithm. You should check your website regularly to find out if it is compliant to Google's current algorithm.
If you create a website that is compliant to Google's algorithm and only use ethical SEO methods then your website will get page one rankings on Google and it will keep these rankings as long as possible.
|2. Search engine news and articles of the week|
|3. New IBP 11.6 beta version|
IBP 11.6 beta 3 is now available. The new version offers a much faster keyword tool as well as many changes that improve the stability of IBP on all computers. You can download the beta version here.
|4. Success stories|
"We shine brighter than our competition."
|5. Previous articles|