Internet Guru Florida – “The Net Vote”

2011 April 27
by admin

Yo kiddies so some of you wuz probly thinking I’m down and not coming back but you wuold be wrong. :)  You prolly remember that I spent all my cash on SEO Training certificates with Dougie from DP but he turned out to be a fake and works at Burger palace now. He says he’s using their corporate IT systems to hack the FED and divert some of their QE to his bank account but I  think he’s full of bullsheeet.

BUT boyz and girls do not dispair! Enter Alicia V – SEO Expert and she is T3H ReAL D34L!! :)

Her and her homies actually figurd out the Google algo!!


check out the brainpower behind this amazing post, now we gonna be rich $$$$ !!!!

The Net Vote- THE SEO Factor not many people talk about =)

by Alicia.V

I’m going to share something that not many people would be so quick to share. My people call it “The Net Vote“. Most SEO consultants or companies… either don’t know about it… or don’t want you know You to know about it. the net vote is the combined vote of all visitors to a website.

I don’t need any proof of what I’ve said… It’s historical fact summarized in a logical theory proven over the last 7-8 years.

The secret to raking high on Google ( which is not really a secret at all ) is written right on the Google Webmaster guidelines for all the world to see. it says “Build a Good Site”. The problem is… most people read too far into that or refused to take it at face value. They end up getting frustrated and trying to take shortcuts to the top which usually get them burned and in their frustration they turn to SEO firms and get burned even more.

Google’s primary goal always has been… and always will be to provide quality results. Google’s success was in achieving that ( unlike Microsoft just throwing money and mass advertising at it with dumb ass Bing and the two other previous failures to take on Google). Google is in the business of measuring public opinion of the website.

This results in The Net-Vote. Google measures how much time people spend on a website… How many times they clicked on a website… How many times they come back… And over what period of time… all adding up to a Net-Vote-Score for any search term. I’m sure you’ve heard of these factors before… But rarely do people publicly talk about how these factors combine to create the Net Vote Score.

They will usually just hint at things like “does the site get bookmarked?” Google doesn’t know if you bookmark that site… But Google does know if you went back to it… and for how long… and how many times. It all started out with the Google toolbar. With this toolbar Google was able to measure how many times and how long people spent at a website. The more toolbars they had installed the more people they could record activities from. This is why Google would negotiate the pre-installation of the Google toolbar on thousands of DELL computers at a time.

Everything from notebooks, desktops, PDAs, whatever! Everything Google could get its hands on… got the Google toolbar installed on it ( this strategy is important to note for a point I will make in a paragraph below). When other search engine companies realized what Google was doing they scrambled to deploy their own toolbars. Alexa, Yahoo, ask.com, everyone! But they were all too late. Their toolbars sucked… and people didn’t want 4 inches of toolbars at the top of their browsers. The Yahoo toolbar I think was the worst.

Eventually, the Google toolbar was defeated legally as a plaintiff was successful in presenting a case of “invasion of privacy” due to Google’s recording of the data I mentioned above. That is why the default for sending information to Google in Google’s toolbar is now – off. But, it was still… Too late. Google was already a net Titan! they had and still have the financial resources to dominate and monopolize data. With the toolbar effectively gone… where would Google get it’s data from now?? there’s only one logical place…

And that’s the ISPs. We had thought this for years - ..so much that we never actually looked for any proof of it.

it was the only logical step. Google is not hard to figure out after you realize what their goal is ( collecting data for the Net-Vote ). It was confirmed for us last year by Verizon… That Google was attempting to secure exclusive rights to all data passing through the Verizon FIOS network ( which will dominate the US ISP infrastructure for the foreseeable future). The case was in legal negotiations in the state of Louisiana. Google has gone state-by-state and secured exclusive rights from ISPs to monitor data passing through them. The data is anonymous… yet still tells Google everything it needs to know to continue to monitor the activities of users on the net. This was no doubt very expensive… and when the other search engine providers attempt to do the same thing… they are once again – Too Late as Google has beaten them to it and secured it exclusively.

I see no reason for Google to ever change this basic strategy of collecting the Net-Vote. SEO firms go on and on about Domain Authority… so let’s check that. DMOZ is a perfect example of absurdity on that factor. Which do you think Google will take more seriously… A few or 100 editors at DMOZ… Or the algorithmically calculated vote of the entire Internet ( The Net-VOTE )? The idea that Google needs or wants the input of third-party data… Is at this point absurd.

It’s no secret… Google measures how long people spend on sites. How often people revisit sites. And other activities at sites. If you do not know this… And you are saying it needs to be proven before you’ll believe it. You ARE clearly out of touch with reality… Which is by definition: insane * Anyone who cannot see that is mentally impaired.

Google has the resources and technology to continue its dominance in the search engine arena. They do not need or want to import of third-party data. The relationship between perceived authority domains and high-ranking sites is one of algorithmic calculation and relativity… NOT scoring a link and big PR domain and getting a worthless site boosted to the top of the search ranks.

Simply put: All the link’s from all the so-called authority domains in the world… Will not make a Blank page rank … For Anything. because when the user gets their… They’re going to make up their own minds as to whether they like the site or not… And Google is going to be right there measuring their opinion.

The bottom line for success is… Make your website appealing to users.

Make it relevant to their search terms. Give them reasons to come back.

Do your best to avoid the hype factors: aged domains, search engine friendly coding… and all the other BS that self proclaimed SEO consultants feed youto keep your ear full and on the bill. Copyright Alicia.V

Thats What I Call Primetime 100% “Ass Optimization” – What a gal!! :)

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