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Google Librarian Newsletter Explains Rank Results


By hagrin - Posted on 05 August 2006

In a resource that I didn't know about until today, the Google Newsletter for Librarians (this even exists?) talks about how Google first gathers information, indexes it and then assigns search rank which is then displayed in their popular search engine. The article, written by Matt Cutts, explains in extremely simplistic terms how Google rankings work and is a must read for anyone trying to understand the inner workings of Google's search engine.