what is the indexing algorithm
what is the indexing algorithm google using to index the site
You are asking for the impossible. That is probably Google's most guarded secret. So-called "experts" can infer what that algorithm does based upon results, such as when "Panda" or "Penguin" (or whatever cute name is attached) slap down a bunch of over-SEOed sites. Then those "experts" will tell you how to "fix" your site -- until the next smack-down/algorithm update.
The only term you need for SEO: "Relevant Content"
And that's Google's algorithm in a nutshell.
... and again, these forums REALLY need a 'like' button.
Originally Posted by Kevin2
... and it is fun watching the SEO "experts" run around like chickens with their heads cut off every time there's a change -- just as it's equally sad to watch the same "experts" attack everything Matt Cutts says on the subject; gee you'd think his job was slapping down people abusing search with SEO hoodoo-voodoo.
But as he's said for ages, write for the visitors, not the search engines; which makes most of what people call "SEO" little more than gaming the system in a manner that WILL get you slapped down sooner than later.
In addition to making the sites less useful to visitors in most cases. SEO FTMFW -- NOT!
Once you developed the new website, You want to submit to search engines, These is also known as Indexing, and it is also known as crawling.
Google caffeine and Humming bird is also related to Indexing algo
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