[Hpr] We're [in]famous
kdmurray at kdmurray.com
Tue Jul 9 09:18:28 PDT 2013
If you're logged into any of your Google account of Google cookies on your system you may not see the same Google results as everyone else. This is why, I think, we are seeing so much variation in the results coming back from Google.
Ultimately I believe the concern here is where the HPR site is showing up in results, and not necessarily the validation of the pages. Winking is Google's strongest criterion for determining what it assigns as far as PageRank to individual websites. One of the best things that any of us with blogs or podcast can do is to link to the HPR website. Whether it's the homepage, or an individual episode, or both, incoming links will help drive up the ranking of the website in the Google results.
So in addition to us, and I include myself in that, needing to produce more content for the feed, a drive to push more links to the website will undoubtedly help search engine ranking.
On 2013-07-09, at 9:09 AM, Krayon <hpr2010 at datapax.com.au> wrote:
> On Tue, 09 Jul 2013 17:26:59 +0200
> "ken.fallon at gmail.com" <ken.fallon at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm not sure about that as we are compliant both for css and html.
> I'm referring to the main web page, not the feed(s):
> Again, whether or not they care, is another matter, considering HPR do
> better than Google:
> It is quite weird that they don't seem to comply themselves anymore
> though, as I say back in the day it was one of the MAJOR weights for
> results (IIRC).
> Could probably do that thing where you put a file Google give you in
> the root to associate a Google account, that probably gives you more
> I'm sure site linking is still the most bestest though, so everyone
> link :D
>> Even using "hackerpublicradio.org" we get wrong results. It looks like
>> we are appearing as spam for some reason. Could be that the main page
>> is derived from an rss feed.
> Not sure what you mean by "wrong results". Searching for
> "hackerpublicradio.org" and '"hackerpublicradio.org"' yield HPR page
> results (though none the front page admittedly).
> I guess the comment spam that used to plague the site once could also
> have given it a Google stigma.
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