Friday, March 05, 2004

About Google searches

One thing Google uses to determine page rankings in response to a search is to see how many pages refer to it. As an example, this link used to be up towards the top of the "Holyoke Mutual" ranking (I was not the photographer, by the way). It's since faded from the top page.

But I wouldn't be surprised if this link started nudging it back up the rankings again...

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