Most SEO professionals simply do not understand the true complexity of Google SEO and why optimizing for Google is so different than for other search engines.
Engine Google ranking is called PageRank, a patented system of mathematical equations called an algorithm. The PageRank algorithm is always evolving and because of this fact, it is becoming very difficult to measure what it is. Nobody outside Google knows the real elements of which is the PageRank algorithm, and because of this, there is a lot of guesswork SEO out there.
I have found through testing and meticulous research that is over 317 elements for the algorithm. Most of these can be somewhat manipulated by professional web developers in conjunction with SEO experts, but others simply can not be deceived. For example, the age of the site is the main element that affects your ranking, but in reality, it can not be manipulated. Google’s reasoning behind this is that with the growing number of mass spam websites and affiliate websites targeted at the masses false, these sites are open and close within a year, which has been considered by the general SEO community that there is a period of about a year in which Google places some restrictions on classification. This is to prevent a well-optimized site to come and go, filling the Google site index.
I found this to be true but in principle only the high traffic keywords, over 5,000 monthly search volume. All keywords below 5,000 searches per month, there seems no restriction. I will describe in detail in future articles the most important elements of Google SEO and how to make them work for you.