Wednesday, February 21, 2018

PR(A)=PR(B)+PR(C)+PR(D) … Get It?

Google's Sandbox

Well, there it is ……. in all its Glory! It’s called a “Simplified Algorithm”. I just don’t have the space or the tools for that matter, to go into the “Complicated Algorithm”. But you really don’t need that do you? I mean the “Simplified Algorithm” is as clear as a bell, don’t you see it? A blind man could see it in a minute!

I did go over the entire Algorithm over the weekend, that sold for $336 Million in 2005 (see you should have gone to school instead of becoming a Blogger) by the way. And at the end of the day, I had to stop and reflect and think to myself ………. you’ve got to be kidding! Does anyone smell Google here! You can tell when you enter the room if you can hear sand crunch under your feet that the dreaded sandbox is not too far away!

If you haven’t guessed it by now, (and no one will fault you if you haven’t) what you are looking at within the title to my post is the, and I quote “Simplified Algorithm” for Google’s PageRank. OK, now watch this: PR(B)=PR(A)+PR(C)+PR(D), that’s the world according to Jeffrey! And the best part is that I am willing to part with such wisdom for a third of the price. Oh what’s say we go with an even $100 Mill? However, you will have to pay the taxes! Any takers? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?

Oh my goodness, Google’s talking at me as if my right foot were asleep! Please!!!……………

For anyone needing a rational, workable description of page rank, here it is direct from Google’s sandbox:

“PageRank reflects our view of the importance of web pages by considering more than 500 million variables and 2 billion terms. Pages that we believe are important pages receive a higher PageRank and are more likely to appear at the top of the search results.

PageRank also considers the importance of each page that casts a vote, as votes from some pages are considered to have greater value, thus giving the linked page greater value. We have always taken a pragmatic approach to help improve search quality and create useful products, and our technology uses the collective intelligence of the web to determine a page’s importance.”

OK, we’re getting close!

How’s bout we just index come what may; first come first serve. After three years the content gets sent to “Wikipedia”. You just can’t think this stuff up, I dare you to even try! Simplified Algorithm ………. come on; give me a break!   :roll:


  1. Rick Byrd says:

    Hey Jeffrey:

    I just transferred the million dollars to your account for the adivce, even though it was not clear to me.

    Simplified? Simplified for who? Definitely not me.

    - Rick
    Rick Byrd recently posted..My Niche Marketing Adventure Update

    • Jeffrey says:

      Hi Rick,
      I’m glad to see that I’m not the only slow coach in the game!!! Oh by the way, thanks for the boost to the old paypal account. I’ve got a cell bill overdue!

      Hey did you see my updated comment to you over at the Derek K. Miller story? I left you a link.

      Man …… I’m getting good at this “comments’ thingie!

  2. Adrienne says:

    Yeah Jeffrey, I’m with Rick! Simplified for who!!! Okay, I admit that I’m not the sharpest tool in the shed when it comes to Google and how they do their thing. But hey, you know I’m always over here trying to suck up information and learn what I can. Okay, sometimes it just doesn’t all work out but I’m giving it my best shot.

    Enjoyed your post anyway, you have such a witty way about you that for some reason I just like! So, guess that means I’ll be back soon!

    See ya,

    Adrienne recently posted..Change Can Be A Good Thing

    • Jeffrey says:

      Hi Adrienne,
      I think I have a hard time dealing with all the Google noise. I tired of the few making so much money while the vast majority of us go hungry all the while having to listen to all the “smoke and mirrors” from the financial spaceships.

      Hey did you hear about Skype ? Sold to Microsoft for $8.5 billion. Skype is pretty cool, but hasn’t made a dollar of profit yet. They have spent a lot of money though.

      I on the other hand am profitable ……. however I have little value to anyone …….. I’m too far down the Google rankings to be consider a viable interest.

      UPDATE: Well, will miracles ever cease. I rank number one for “Google Simplified Algorithm” under Blogs. I’ve never ranked first in Google for anything; me writing like a mad-man every day for two years! Hey …….. you don’t think that the word “Google” in the keyword had anything to do with it do you?

  3. Ranking for that term isn’t hard when you have a blog that has matured over time. Every time I update my blog, I can easily find a ranking term in 5 minutes. Good job though!
    Brandon Connell@Healthcare News recently posted..Health Care Buzz Today

    • Jeffrey says:

      Hi Brandon,
      As you probably read above I finally ranked number one for “Google Simplified Algorithm” in the Blogs area of Google.

      In fact I can usually find myself ranking somewhere in the first 100 listings for most of my posts. What eludes me is a keyword that I can hang on to for any length of time on the first page of the SERP’s.

      Mention anything Blogging …..”Blogging outside Lunar Module during my vacation of 69″ and Darren Rowse always comes up in the number one position. I’m not sure I entirely understand this.

      While Darren has just over 9000 sites linking-in. I’m not so sure this makes him the “Wizard Behind The Curtain” of Blogging, even though Google seems to think so.

  4. Joshua says:

    I had never had thought of it in this way. It certainly makes sense why link building is important for deep links also. I am just not able to understand as why so many SEOs give these a miss.
    Joshua recently posted..Plumbing Practice Test

    • Jeffrey says:

      Happy Memorial Day Joshua!
      I was knocking around some such foolishness and got hooked into taking a Pro-Bloggers multiple choice.
      I scored a 40. Oh well, I’m not so sure I need to know the Click thru rate of FeedBurner.

      However they did mention that to make it into the top 100 over at Technorati that you would have to have 4000 links. I pick 100,000!

      It would appear to me that with focus you could pick-up that many links in a few years. The Saga continues.

      • Joshua says:

        Hey! Sorry I missed out! Had been quite busy with personal dealings.

        Its right that you chose to get 100,000, the bigger and steadier you get, the easier things start to become. Now having said all that, I would say that we all should try experiments in link building and should see the results to put up theories for ourselves.
        Joshua recently posted..Plumbing Training in Arkansas

        • Jeffrey says:

          Hi Joshua, you’re always welcome any time of the day or night my friend.
          Whenever I look at the truly top flight Bloggers, not necessarily Internet Marketers, I see them doing the experiments thing in link building. Kinda a crooked path; but I say whatever gets you there.

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