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Perfect 10!

Discussion in 'Yahoo' started by Foxy, Apr 1, 2004.

  1. #1
    I just got a 10 on the yahoo webrank calculator for one of my sites!!!!
    SEMrush
    Perhaps it is because it is still April 1! :rolleyes:
     
    Foxy, Apr 1, 2004 IP
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  2. ViciousSummer

    ViciousSummer Ayn Rand for President! Staff

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    #2
    Maybe you'll get a "APRIL FOOLS" message tomorrow as it drops back down...haha. Just kidding, That is awesome! Congrats!
     
    ViciousSummer, Apr 1, 2004 IP
  3. Foxy

    Foxy Chief Natural Foodie

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    #3
    I can't see it lasting

    I think you're right - it will drop down I'm sure

    But it is fun for now :)
     
    Foxy, Apr 2, 2004 IP
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    hans Well-Known Member

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    #4
    the results on Yahoo rank vary like the wind and the waves or tides
    i get anything from 0 to 10 within minutes

    just seconds ago i check google (yahoo rank ) and got 10
    then i checked Yahoo ( yahoo rank ) and got 8 a minute latger i ckecked Yhoo again and got a 4 and next check a 7 ...

    ...
     
    hans, Apr 2, 2004 IP
  5. candysmith

    candysmith trying not to be evil

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    #5
    it must be my blondeness again but I don't understand the Yahoo! rank. What is good... closer to 10 or 1?
     
    candysmith, Apr 2, 2004 IP
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    The higher the better.
     
    compar, Apr 2, 2004 IP
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    disgust Guest

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    does anyone know of the yahoo webrank has any sort of practical impact on the serps?

    or is it completely irrelevant?
     
    disgust, Jun 4, 2004 IP
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    compar Peon

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    I believe that Yahoo either is now, or plans to, use some type of popularity measure as part of their SERP placement calculation. That is what Webrank is, a popularity measure. So it may end up being Yahoo's answer to PageRank, albeit they are two totally different measures.
     
    compar, Jun 4, 2004 IP
  9. disgust

    disgust Guest

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    it'd be interesting if a search engine used direct feedback from its visitors. not "if you click it from the serps" but "if you click it from the serps, did you find the site helpful or not?"

    it may be hard to get response, but it sure seems like it'd be something that could have a nice impact on the serps overall.
     
    disgust, Jun 4, 2004 IP
  10. digitalpoint

    digitalpoint Overlord of no one Staff

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    That would be so annoying to get a popup box (or whatever it may be) asking how you liked the site from the search engine, that people would stop using the search engine.
     
    digitalpoint, Jun 4, 2004 IP
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    you wouldn't need to have all users do it, and it wouldn't need to be a popup- it could be an option on the toolbar, even.
     
    disgust, Jun 4, 2004 IP
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    digitalpoint Overlord of no one Staff

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    You sort of can already... The Google toolbar has a voting option (which is disabled by default), that allows you to vote for/against a site you are looking at.
     
    digitalpoint, Jun 4, 2004 IP
  13. Foxy

    Foxy Chief Natural Foodie

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    Oooerr.....wouldn't want too many of those around!!!
     
    Foxy, Jun 5, 2004 IP