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Google Mystery Secrets: The Secrets Of Google

Updated on October 6, 2010

Google Secrets Are There Any To Be Discovered?

Secrets of Google, are there any to be found? Well I don't think there going to be revealed anytime soon, because why spill the beans on googles secrets, so the competition can take advantage, obviously Google has one of the favourable hands in the game of knowing how to index content, together with it's other acquired sites like YouTube and Blogger as they are all becoming one big entity that all feeds each other and serves a purpose of indexing content quicker and they act as website feelers across the web.

Of course there are a few products that will supposedly tell you all about Googles secrets, but you have to pay to find out and these secrets are just old news dressed up as wise and wonderful secrets, the age old sales and marketing misdirections and misleading claims will draw you in if you are not wise to the scams and the crap content on the web.

What I've found about Google is that the more you learn about search engine optimisation the more it changes and you have to keep up, but there are some static things that never change such as relevant links on relevant web pages that remains constant, and I suppose the secrets become a way of trial and error and your google journey becomes a personal one.

What others will have you believe is that writing content quite regular is what you should do and this is true, but then you have to link it all up and promote it, as relying on just search engine traffic just might not be the answer, it's about having back links to other relevant websites and optimizing the keywords, but these aren't really Googles Secrets.

The secrets that people will never find out are the ones pertaining to Googles infamous algorithm and the fact that it constantly updates and changes and is quite notorious for it's knack of de-indexing high ranking content and frustrating many people who worked hard at getting their sites to rank on the first pages of their keyword search terms.

Sometimes I wonder if somewhere online someone has figured out Googles secrets and found out how to beat Googles ranking system and avoid the big G's algorithm wrath, of course maybe I'm being paranoid at the conspiracy theory of my own mind when it comes to this as maybe in actual fact there are no real secrets, just how to do proper search engine optimization and that's it.

Many things have been written and archived online, some of it out of date, but some of it practical and useful for building an online presence and it's weighing up this information and using it to your advantage, the smart people will charge you for this content and the not so smart people will buy it, either that or they are lazy to look online for the free information that exists all over the Internet.

In conclusion, Google Secrets is a myth that is constantly feeding into the Google machine and balancing mystery with a power advantage that seems strong for the all important Google search engine.

I'm keeping my eye on Google with a watchful eye to see what secrets they will bring and as for Google magic tricks, there are no either, so learn what you can and keep up to date with SEO.

Google Secrets

Google Secrets.  Image taken from Google.com copyright 2009.
Google Secrets. Image taken from Google.com copyright 2009.

Google Secrets - What Do You Think?

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    • waynet profile imageAUTHOR

      Wayne Tully 

      8 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      Oh no....not quite...Google still holds some secrets close to their chest!

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      peyton 

      8 years ago

      acctually everyone now knows the google secrets

    • waynet profile imageAUTHOR

      Wayne Tully 

      8 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      Cheers Marty!

      I happen to like the mystery surrounding Googles algorythm, because we can just focus on search engine optimization with our content.

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      martycraigs 

      8 years ago

      I agree, SEO is ever-changing and requires you to be quite adaptable and constantly refresh your knowledge base.

      This was a great post. Thanks for sharing!

    • waynet profile imageAUTHOR

      Wayne Tully 

      8 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      Thanks Nancy!

      I like to think that I do know a bit about this stuff, but in actual fact I am learning new stuff everyday and that's as it should be!

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      Nancy's Niche 

      8 years ago

      Well I guess I've found a Guru in you...Thanks again for this info...

    • kay hebbourn profile image

      kay hebbourn 

      8 years ago from The Lake District, England

      Really useful as ever, Thank you Kay

    • waynet profile imageAUTHOR

      Wayne Tully 

      8 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      Yes I agree, but who are the terminators?

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      kpfingaz 

      8 years ago from ~~~

      Google is Skynet.

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