Wednesday, November 24, 2010

How to get multiple pages from same website to rank on first page of Google

How to get multiple pages from same website to rank on first page of Google?

Multiple page indexing on Google is now common place. If someone is searching for what Google deems as a very specific search toward a particular website, it will list up to 7 pages. According to Google, this applies “for queries that indicate a strong user interest in a particular domain."

You can read about indexing generally here.

I think the question needs to be refined - "How to get sub-pages from same website indexed by Google?"

There is discussion out there with the general conclusion that the "generation of these additional links are based upon user-behavior based information".



Some attributes that should be considered include:

* Popularity associated with a web page,
* Likelihood that the information on a web page will be accessed by a user,
* Likelihood that the information will be useful to a user submitting a search query, or;
* Other factors associated with the quality of a web page.

 I need to think about this and get back to this post.

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