What if you could delete a third of your content, and yet triple your website traffic? Well, that’s exactly what Todd Tresidder did. Next article in issue
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Have seen this over and over, again….they just throw up a video….and it hits near the top of page one in around a day or so…(and pulls in some high traffic and engagement)
July 27, 2014 at 6:33 pm Hey there :-) you are welcome! Have a nice day! October 31, 2017 at 4:53 pm
You know what irritates me Is that we all look at Google as some big mysterious entity which requires quite literally Magic to unravel its weird and complex conundrum.
page-oner Scott Jaschik of Inside Higher Ed said of the new rankings: "...Most outfits that do rankings get criticised for the relative weight given to reputation as opposed to objective measures. While Times Higher Education does overall rankings that combine various factors, it is today releasing rankings that can't be criticised for being unclear about the impact of reputation – as they are strictly of reputation."