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Transition Page/Google - 10/02/2006
Lazarst. I posted some data earlier regarding hits to ring hubs. Just in case you missed it here it is again.

Dawn Fright. You've had your say.

Recent search engine results for an extremely low uniqueness webring with around 18 members.

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More results to follow soon.

Replied - 10/02/2006
Uniqueness rating 100

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Replied - 10/02/2006

This is only one ring. Poor thing, you just don't get it, do you? I wish I had more time to explain it to you but I don't. Do you even have a website or are you just passing on something you read or heard somewhere? Experience is the best teacher, so why don't you just give me the url to your most popular website and we will find out whether you know what you are talking about or not. All other verbage is just that.

Awaiting your url,

Replied - 10/02/2006
I am sorry. I do not understand what you are posting or what it means. Those long list of "data" have no meaning to me.

I would love to learn more, but I need for you to type out the words to explain those lists.

James S. Huggins


Replied - 10/02/2006
On those postings it has the date, the time and the keywords used to get to the individual ring hubs concerned via a search engine. One ring is a low uniquess ring and the other is a ring with a uniqueness rating of 100. This is actually search engine hits to the ring hubs themselves and not to the sites in the ring. It is just to show that a high uniqueness ring will collect more search engine hits than a low uniqueness ring.

Another point worthy of not is that the link to go into navigation stacks is very rarely ever clicked and I can pull stats up to show that as well.

Replied - 10/02/2006
James, Emma can't explain because she has only a crackpot theory based upon her own unravelling imagination. Only somebody who is living in a private fantasy world will attempt to 'prove' that less = more.

If Google interpreted every ring as just the 'same page' endlessly repeated, you would not see rings listed as individual entities. If you enter the name of a site which belongs to a lot of webrings, the search engine spits out most (if not all) of the rings that it participates in. The priority each ring receives is based upon the SIZE of the ring (number of members/related links) and the number of hits it has racked up via previous searches. Try it with your own site name.

It is not rocket science - just simple logic. Google is not influenced by 'Uniqueness Ratings'- they are meaningless. Search engines work on the priciple of link availabilty and the popularity bestowed by previous users. These facts are well known to small pressure groups which successfully snare extra traffic from Google by persuading lots of volunteers to click and influence the popularity equations.

Emma, I shall decide when I have had my say.

Replied - 10/02/2006
Dawn-Fright and Lazarst ...
I would be most appreciative if you would contact me off forum.

James S. Huggins


Replied - 10/04/2006
Emma, I really do not have much interest in saying this, but for the sake of others here, I have to tell you that you have absolutlely no idea what you are talking about. I have been optimizing websites for search engines professionally for a decade now. Different search engines work in different ways, but many of the automated ones now follow Google methodology.

A Webring will get a high rating on Google if lots of relevant subject pages link to its hub page. i.e. Google has absolutely no concept of WebRing's uniqueness rating for a Ring and the number of members only has a small impact as what you want are a lot of sites linking to your Ring from pages with similar subject matter (preferably with high Google ratings) who are not even members of your Ring - Google does not even "know" which sites are members of your Ring.

This is all I am prepared to say about this subject on this forum. If you don't wish to believe me, I don't care, but I am very successful at this, so others can surely find the truth in these simple facts.

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