How Google Determines Search Results

Last Update: October 24, 2016

How Google Determines Search Results

I saw this on Pinterest and knew I had to share with you guys.

The source is Audience Boom, if you haven't heard of them, you really need to check out their website. They are KINGs in the Content Marketing arena and used by major players. Don't freak on the pricing, but they have outstanding free resource for you to gain some invaluable knowledge.

http://www.audiencebloom.com/

Regardless, take a gander at the statistics here and discover the critical factors that help your site and your pages/articles rank within the Google Search Results:


I love infographics! Short and too the point, no fluff!

I have several of my own and I'm getting better at creating them. They can also be a source of backlinks, as I'm leaving one here for Audience Bloom!

Hope you enjoyed it!

Cheers,

pj



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DreamAngel Premium
Awesome information PJ! Thank you so much for sharing!


Barbara
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PjGermain Premium
Thanks much, Barbara!
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sbelore Premium
This is amazingly powerful info! I wish I would have known some of this stuff before starting my website. This got me thinking..so i have installed the MOZ chrome add on. Given that page authourity is so important in the SERPs, if I use the MOZ ranking in conjunction with Jaaxy, I think this would give an extremely accurate picture of where I can expect to end up in the SERPs with some effort. Would you agree?
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PjGermain Premium
Exactly, Scott! That's precisely how I do it!
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sbelore Premium
You da man PJ! This article was extremely helpful! Maybe even a breakthrough moment!
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AchuthanN1 Premium
Thank you Pj, great stuff.
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jofa Premium
great contents. Thank you
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LizPB Premium
Great info Pj. Thanks ;-)
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Heidi56 Premium
I feel somehow like Terry, I don't know many things and couldn't read the graphics, read yes, but not interpret. So thanks for giving the interpretation and what we would need to do. I am trying to catch up with these things......
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Teri28 Premium
Thanks for always keeping us informed. I have to admit I don't have a clue about this but one day, maybe.
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WAlfano Premium
Thanks for the information P.J.
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BBrandt Premium
Thanks P.J.,
I am still working on getting good ranking. I thought that I had it but found that I was misled. I will check this out.

Bruce
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gappleby Premium
Really good stuff, PJ. Thank God for the takeaways! Well done.

Gordon
The Entrepreneur
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PjGermain Premium
LOL! That was my fav section too, Gordon!!
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drjec Premium
Thanks for the information.
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Megastar Premium
Thank you CJ.
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RoopeshG Premium
Thanks Peej.
Just out of interest, what are C-blocks?
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PjGermain Premium
IP addresses (the numbers actually used by the Internet to find websites/webservers) are given out in pre-specified groups of numbers. There is Class-A, Class-B and Class-C. Most of the ones we use and know about are Class-C IP addresses. These are what the Domain Name registrars are given to give to us. But, many hosting platforms such as GoDaddy or Hostgator will assign a single Class-C IP address to one server and then host many websites off that same server.

So, if there are several websites on the same server and then all happen to have links to your website, Google knows it. And, it looks kinda of hokey. So, it's much better to have several links to your websites from separate Class-C IP addresses. That way, Google is sure you're not doing something "black hat" (like buying backlinks).
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RoopeshG Premium
Hey Peej
Thanks so much for taking the time to answer my question.I really appreciate it.

This makes sense and I understand what you saying.
Thanks
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Kav Premium
Thanks for sharing this useful information.
Bookmarked.
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TheBuilder Premium
Very helpful thanks for sharing.
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Jpowell1278 Premium
Great information. Thanks.
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StepChook Premium
I agree, PJ, infographics are awesome!
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RayAleksandr Premium
Great infographics, thanks for the useful info PJ!
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WilliamBH Premium
Great info PJ .. I love it! Cheers, William
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DarleneB Premium
Thanks, PJ
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adamnjames Premium
This is really great PJ thanks for sharing.
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MKearns Premium
Thank you PJ. I'll be using this
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Temujin1 Premium
You are great. Thanks
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TomasB Premium
Another great share PJ.Have a great week!
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Hofmeister Premium
Wow, thanks PJ. Isn't that last graphic from the old NBC commercials?
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PjGermain Premium
LOL! Yes, indeed!!!!
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MPollock Premium
Great share, thanks buddy.
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