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Google how to assess the quality of the page

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Networks on the Google search engine little official documents, the vast majority on the Google search engine optimization are the data and information sharing personal experience, of which the article contains an error message. Therefore, I suggest that each one optimized for the web site should be a good look at the Google page of this rare quality assessment manual.

Let me briefly explain some of the assessment of the main contents of the manual:

Google search is divided into 3 types:

Navigational: refers to the people clearly understand that the heart has to go to the site, such as search IBM.

Informational: refers to a particular topic of interest, would like to know more information. For example, search a person's name for more information on this person.

Transaction: refers to someone wants to buy or download something through the search to determine where to purchase. For example, search for "buy ipod touch".

Google associate keywords to a web page assessment of the quality of the classification:

Vital: This is the website of the highest standards of quality. Vital's website is usually a company or individual's official website. For example, search for "IBM", www.ibm.com page is vital.

Useful: This is the second page of a high standard. Useful web pages referring to the question of the correct answer inquiries page. I believe that this is the reason why in many wikipedia search, always in the very front of the reasons.

Relevant: This is the bit score. Relevant part of those who give information, but not enough comprehensive information, nor is it authoritative site. I feel that my blog network on most fall into this category.

Not Relevant: This refers to those pages with basically nothing, but there is another point query associated keywords. For example, Web content is outdated and is only suitable for a very small area and so on.

Off-Topic: This refers not related to the search page. For example, search for "hot dog", the result is a dog house.

Web Page Classification spam (Spam Labels):

Not Spam: Not Spam label given to those who do not have the use of deceptive techniques of web page design web pages.

Maybe Spam: the label given to that page may Spammy, but not 100% identified web pages.

Spam: the label given to those in violation of Google webmaster guidelines page.


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