Technical Director at Box UK
16 June 2005 13:22pm
Not sure if this is old news or not - I haven't seen it before:
Some fascinating details, based on Googles patent application, on how their ranking algorithms work.
Fndr at Majestic12.co.uk
17 June 2005 20:51pm
I have not actually read the patent as I'd rather have purely coincidental implementation of whatever was patented, but from rumour and discussions I understand that parts of it are likely to be intentionally incorrect to confuse search engine spammers in hope to increase their costs (ie registering domain for longer, thus it will cost more to lose it when it gets banned).
Some parts like watching growth of links overtime certainly make sense though.
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