[aprssig] APRS and google
Joseph M. Durnal
joseph.durnal at gmail.com
Wed Feb 13 12:19:36 CST 2008
Don't you just love IT departments! There isn't a good instant way to
do this. But if everyone who links to you updates their links right
away, it should't take long. The details of googles page ranking is
hard to understand, but basically, the more links associated with
paticular keywords, the higher up in the results it will be (in
reality, it is a lot more complicated than that).
73 de Joseph Durnal NE3R
On Feb 13, 2008 1:01 PM, Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote:
> After 15 years, Im about to lose all of my APRS web links here
> at the Naval Academy. They want to move all pages to a single
> new server, which means all my URL's will change to a new
> address, and they will have better control over access..
> This disheartens me, since these web pages have tens of
> thousands of links from other sites, and Google recognizes them
> very near the top of the APRS list.
> I am assuming that there is no way to get Google to instantly
> recognize the new sites? Or to transfer the statistics from the
> old sites to count for the new URL's?
> Just wonder if there is a solution to this delimma?
> Bob, WB4APR
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