What is Google’s Algorithm – Revealed from an SEO Expert

Watch PART II of the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-NboHGGQlY
Google’s Ranking Formula has been cracked. Alec Shekhar of GainWebsite.com reveals what it is. This talk was given at the Delaware Economic Development Office’s Forum for new Entrepreneurs in September, 2014.

In this first video of the company’s SEO tutorial series, Alec starts from how search engines orginated to where Google’s ranking philosophy came from, to what it is today. The formula reveals for the first time, the critical factors that make up the Google Algorithm.

In upcoming videos, Alec will break down each element of the formula and show you precisely the factors that matter.

Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9fMU_uOUs4 – What is Google’s algorithm – Part 1 – Overall

Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-NboHGGQlY – Google Algorithm – Part 2 – How to Easily Increase Your Website Quality

Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuTexWbPCJg – Google Algorithm – part3 – How Google Judges Your Content

Part 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OxqKz6uy12w – Google Algorithm – Part4 – How Google Judges Visitor Engagement

Part 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xB-RXb4-za8 – Google Algorithm – Part 5 – Social Signals – What Google is Looking for

Part 6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anAHduCGKsU – Google Algorithm – Part 6 – How to Get Good Backlinks

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7 thoughts on “What is Google’s Algorithm – Revealed from an SEO Expert”

  1. You have not cracked some type of 'Google formula' and your presentation sounds uncannily similar to such things as 'The Secret'! What are you selling? SEO specific web pre-templates maybe?

    Google rewards websites that serve Google's financial model. Period!
    In return the service Google provides to the highest ranking businesses who own these sites is by way of optimised page ranking and placement in such a way as to be mutually beneficial.

    Google are NOT in the business of providing a transparent information exchange platform (the likes of which is unprecedented in the history of humanity).
    Google ARE in the business of making money. Making money is not inherently bad however this now dominates everything they do. That is dangerous. People are (slowly) learning this and are making decisions, that until recently, they thought they had no control over. Apple's sales are at record lows, MIcrosoft now embrace the once much hated open-source and FOSS world, so on, and so on, and people have a vague idea that Google search returns (specifically) and Internet functionality (generally) is quite different to how it was six months ago. Google also are appealing to a market-driven lowest common denominator model by making Google searches optimised for full or near full sentence structure queries (as opposed to efficient use of keywords/switches and so on. This too is dangerous as it encourages a degree of contempt for what the internet is and can be (in my opinion the greatest thing humans have ever created). The internet, like all tools, must be learned and one needs to first learn how to learn to use it properly, not the other way around.
    The new SEO algorithms focus disproportionately toward mobile devices (swipe gestures and links.)
    Finally, Google creates a false sense of reality (academics have written papers on this) by way of SEO and the first-page rules rule.
    Google have for some time penalised sites that abuse keyword rankings (obsolete mostly now) and/or utilise data scraping or other techniques to generate false traffic hits. Google control and own the worlds largest data scraping mechanism! Go figure that one.

    You've stated the obvious, talked in circles, and probably misread/misrepresented the available published data. You have discovered nothing. I wish you had.

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