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    Default How google understand our content?

    I mean how google understand and compare and then rank the content from an website to another, in my experience of reading and trying to learn i see a phrase repeated thousand times, content is king.

    So if the content is great, how google determine that, from the time that visitor stay on site, or from the way on how we combine the rules of building good content

    I feel something, this is art, is like music when i play, someone feel in his way and someone other in other way and sometime when i play piano i am not feeling good and some other times i feel good and i explode, so is a mix of art and math ( science )

    What students learn on school about SEO and Content ???

    I am so courious......because content is news, but the news might be 1. in the name of content and 2. might be in the name of the true news.

    This make me thing what is healthy for visitors?

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    I think Google use around 210 factors in ranking content. Some factors have higher values than over, like content/unique content, back links, the source of those back links, titles, images.. Loads of stuff.
    There are some very good blogs and websites out there to help you understand a lot of it. They are always worth reading and researching from time to time.

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    I believe that google looks at things like bounce rate, number of repeat visitors, length of time spent on the site, the number of pages viewed per visit, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetbet View Post
    I believe that google looks at things like bounce rate, number of repeat visitors, length of time spent on the site, the number of pages viewed per visit, etc.
    This is what i think also

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    website page views and visitors helps Google

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    Google tracks the bounced rate and review associated with content. Lower is the bounce rate better is the content for users. Also, good review reflects fair impression on readers, hence more valuable for readers.

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    That is not 100% true in all cases.

    If a visitor arrives to your site through a keyword search that lands on a review page, and if your content is written well and appeals to the visitor, and makes a sale, that user will leave (bounce) without viewing other pages in your site.

    They may well bookmark it and return, read more, spend more times later etc....but the visit and then leave may affect your bounce rate and yet do exactly what you want, direct the visitor away.

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    I think when you are writing a unique content for visitor..he will definitely look for some additional content on that topics...So you should keep additional content on that topic as related article on your blog...I think since Google is concentrating on user experience so it must be taking into account the time spent by a visitor on your website..

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