On page optimization is important.
But Google is looking at patterns more then Yahoo and Bing.
Google’s main job is to determine natural vs. manipulated rankings in order to rank the sites on their SERP that is the best interest to the view who searches for the site.
Bing and Yahoo still look at the on Page SEO as well as how many back links you have pointing to your site.
Google claims that the speed of back links, and the speed of website pages created on your site has no effect on the outcome for rankings, i.e. no negative effect, but I beg to differ.
Google can see how fast your building back links to your site.
Is your site getting 50 per day? Does it accelerate? Is there a pattern at all to how many links your getting ever day?
If there is, chances are Google is going to do something.
Also, does the back links fall within the time frame that’s possible from a human creating these back links without automation software. If not. Google looks at that too.
And since now with social media on the scene, if all your back links are increasing at a “Natural Rate” but no one is sharing your content on Facebook or Twitter… let alone Reddit and other content sharing sites… you might be tripping a Red Flag as well that prevents you from surging in the Google SERP’s.
Yahoo and Bing are not as complicated as Google. Google is far superior when it comes to the algorithms they make to protect their holy search engine rankings from spammers looking for a quick buck.
And because of this, Google gets 80% of all search traffic on a search engine. That’s excluding video sites like YouTube (owned by Google) that also count as a search engine, but I’m just going over the big dogs Google, Bing, and Yahoo.
If you need some quality SEO for your business, and Live in Seattle, give me a call at 206-465-6401 and we will come up with a plan to get your website ranked in the top three spots in Google for your industries search terms.