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Backlink data has been all the rage since the beginning of Google. On November 18th, 2011, Yahoo! shuttered its now defunct Site Explorer, but the SEO industry hardly missed a beat with tools like Moz’s Open Site Explorer and a huge wave of new entrants onto the scene. As of 2015, there are a lot of industry writers out there pushing for more data: more links, fresher links, ...
This is part 2 of 2 in a series of articles where I am laying out a vision to bring more objectivity to SEO, by applying a search engine engineer’s perspective to the field. If you haven’t yet, please read up on the first of this series, where I present a step-by-step way to statistically model any search engine.
I recently wrote about how to statistically model any given set of search results, which I hope gives marketing professionals a glimpse into how rapidly the SEO industry is currently changing in 2015. In that article, I had mentioned that the search engine model should be able to “self-calibrate”, or take its algorithms and weightings of those algorithms, and correlate the mo ...
This is part 1 of 2 in a series of articles where I will layout a vision to bring more objectivity to SEO by applying a search engine engineer’s perspective to the field. I will present a step-by-step way to statistically model any search engine. This method can be, among many things, used to reveal specific courses of action that marketers can take to intelligently improve o ...