Previously we have seen the past of Search Engines. Here’s a little recap, In 1996, two dweebs, Sergey Brin and Larry Page started a project to create a search engine, which was initially called BackRub and later on it was renamed to Google. Earlier to Google, a search engine named Archie and many others like Yahoo! were also created back in 1990’s. Today Google is the top rated search engine.
As a general formula, sites that appear higher up in the results will get more traffic to their pages, and so potentially more business. Main aim is to get to page rate on top, but whether that is feasible largely depends on the market that you are operating in. If you’re offering a niche product or a service in a defined geographical area, you stand a pretty good chance of at least getting to page one if you are patient and follow these basic principles.
Search Engine Optimization looks forward to improve a websites search ranking and thereby helping search engines to select those rated sites, which will match peoples search request most of all. But still, you’ll likely come across good number of cases when SEO is used to trick Search Engines by making mass amount of not so-unique content just to get on high ranks on search engines. The question is why lots and lots of SEO specialists choose to plagiarize if it was the only way to live on? This why will be answered in next because.
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